A recent report in The Wall Street Journal claimed that “Amazon, Apple and Microsoft have been working together to develop the world’s most advanced mobile payment system.
The partnership is designed to cut out middlemen and make transactions more seamless, and could be rolled out in the next several months.”
This is the exact sort of technology that Amazon and Apple would love to use to make mobile payments more convenient for users.
But the technology doesn’t exist yet, and it’s not available to Android or Apple users yet.
The WSJ report suggests that the partnership will be rolled in at the end of the year.
However, it’s worth pointing out that Amazon is already rolling out payments for its own users.
The Wall St Journal reported on July 31 that Amazon was adding support for payments for all Android and iOS devices.
Amazon currently allows users to pay with a credit card on Amazon.com, as well as by checking in with the app.
The company said that it would add support for mobile payments on June 23.
The service will be launched on iOS, Android and Windows 10 in the U.S. and in the coming months will also roll out to other countries.
The app will be available in the Google Play store, Apple’s App Store and Microsoft’s App store.
It’s also available in Apple’s online store.
The paper said that Amazon’s efforts to develop its mobile payment platform include the purchase of a technology firm called Aptoide that specializes in creating and developing payment apps for Android, iOS and Windows.
The news came amid rumors that Amazon might soon launch its own mobile payment app.
In addition to allowing users to use credit cards and other forms of payment, the company has also said that its mobile payments will offer the ability to send money between Amazon Prime members and customers in other countries through a system called Amazon Pay.
The two companies announced a partnership in September 2016 that also saw the launch of Amazon Pay on Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
It was an expansion of the existing service that allows users in other markets to pay for goods and services through their phones.
That service allows users not only to pay on Amazon but also to send their purchases to other retailers or send money directly to Amazon employees.