Apple Pay
Apple Pay is a mobile payments service and digital wallet app that was previously available to iPhone users only. Getty Images/Peter Macdiarmid

Apple has added more than 20 banks to Apple Pay in the U.S. and two in Russia, according to 9to5Mac. Apple has an extensive list divided by regions of banks that have partnered with Apple Pay, including Chase, TD Bank, Bank of America and Citi. To see the full list click here.

Apple Pay Locations, Banks: Where Can You Use It?

The latest banks added to Apple Pay in the United States are:

  • Bank of Grove

  • Boulder Dam Credit Union

  • Boundary Waters Bank

  • Community 1st Credit Union

  • Decorah Bank & Trust

  • First State Bank of the Florida Keys

  • FirstLight Federal Credit Union

  • Great Lakes First Federal Credit Union

  • Heritage Bank

  • Maquoketa State Bank

  • McFarland State Bank

  • OneWest Bank

  • Oxford University Bank

  • Peoples Bank (MS)

  • Pioneer Federal Credit Union

  • Rhinebeck Bank

  • River Valley Credit Union (MI)

  • River Valley Credit Union (OH)

  • Royal Bank

  • South Central Bank

  • The Infirmary Federal Credit Union

  • Unison Credit Union

In Russia:

  • AK BARS Bank

  • Gazprombank (Mastercard credit and debit cards)

Apple Pay Vs. Samsung Pay

Apple Pay is available on the iPhone 6 and all iPhone models released since then. Samsung Pay can be downloaded on the Galaxy S6 and newer models. Apple Pay is different some retailers might not have the technology to offer Apple Pay, but many major retailers do.

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Samsung Pay works in more places than Apple Pay, however there are reported issues with magnetic stripe. With Samsung Pay, you have to hold your device in a certain way above the magnetic stripe reader or it might not work on the first try. With Apple Pay just hold your phone close to the reader and place your thumb on the fingerprint sensor.

Apple Pay and Samsung Pay are designed to be extremely secure, since places you make purchases at don’t receive any credit card data. With Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, credit card numbers are not stored on the device or servers. Both options don’t keep transaction information either.