Apple today continued its rollout of Apple Pay with support for over thirty more banks and credit unions in the United States. Head below for the full list.

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The addition of new banks supporting the service arrives as Apple today released macOS Sierra to the public, its latest major operating system release for Mac that introduces Apple Pay on the web among other features. The new feature allows Mac users to make purchases in Safari on their Mac using their iPhone or Apple Watch to authenticate.

The full list of new banks added to Apple’s list today is below:

  • Advantis Credit Union
  • Bank Iowa
  • Bank of the James
  • Basile State Bank
  • BloomBank
  • Cedar Point Federal Credit Union
  • Cincinnati Ohio Police Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens & Northern Bank
  • Citizens Commerce National Bank
  • Common Wealth Bank and Trust
  • Credit Union of Ohio
  • Entrust Financial Credit Union
  • F&M Trust
  • First Service Credit Union
  • GenFed Financial Credit Union
  • Hawaii Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union
  • Katahdin Trust Company
  • Knoxville TVA Employees Credit Union
  • Lake Area Bank
  • Libertyville Savings Bank
  • Maine Highlands Federal Credit Union
  • National Bank and Trust
  • Ohio Valley Bank
  • Savings Institute Bank and Trust Co.
  • Security First Credit Union
  • Shamrock Bank
  • South Carolina Federal Credit Union
  • The Farmers and Merchant Bank
  • The Northumberland National Bank
  • TNConnect Credit Union
  • TrueCore Federal Credit Union
  • University Of Iowa Community Credit Union
  • Westfield Bank

In addition to the US, Apple Pay is also supported through select partners in Australia, China, Singapore, Canada, Switzerland, France, and the United Kingdom. Apple maintains a full list of countries and banks that support the feature on its website.

Check out our hands-on with the new macOS Sierra below:

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