Apple has launched a new US bank mobile app for Canada, bringing Apple Pay and Apple Pay Plus to the country.
The new US Bank app was launched today in the US and Canada, Apple’s latest global efforts to expand the company’s reach into the home and away from its traditional retail presence.
Apple Pay, Apple Pay Classic, and Apple Wallet have all been launched in the UK, but Apple is targeting the US market in order to bring more services to a country where mobile payment has been limited by the lack of a strong mobile payment ecosystem.
Apple said it was working with Canada’s banks to launch the app, which is available for both Apple Pay on iPhone and iPad, and Android Pay on Google’s Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL smartphones.
The app has been developed in partnership with the Bank of Montreal, the largest financial institution in Canada.
The new app is available on the Apple Watch and Android Wear watches and can be used on the iPhone, iPad, or Google Pixel 2 or Pixel 2XL smartphones.
Apple Pay has been a huge hit in Canada, as Apple has been working to get Apple Pay to as many people as possible.
In March, Apple added Canada to its global list of supported countries, including the US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, South Africa, Singapore, and Mexico.
The company has also started a partnership with Canadian banks that will offer a $20 Apple Pay debit card for Canadian customers to use to make purchases in the country on Apple Pay.
Apple is also launching the new Apple Pay mobile app in Canada in partnership a Canadian bank called CIBC.
CIBC has already launched the Apple Pay app in the United States, where Apple Pay has received some success.