Although the Windows Phone Marketplace still has a long way to go in terms of competing with App Store or Google Play, it has been able to amass some of the key apps. Latest on that list is the Windows Phone app for PayPal.
The app comes with in sync with the general outlook of Windows Phone, featuring the Modern UI style (aka Metro) which is fast becoming Microsoft’s hallmark. It packs most of the functionality that is being offered by its iOS and Android counterparts.
For instance, you can easily track down such local merchants who are making use of the ‘PayPal Here’ service. The app can be used to pay such merchants right through your phone. Other standard functionality such as managing your PayPal account and sending or receiving payments is also included.
The Windows Phone Marketplace description of the app states that some of its features may not be available in certain countries. Also, the app doesn’t include certain other features such as the ability to use your credit card’s photo and use it as a payment option.
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