New banks and credit unions across the world are continuing to adopt Apple Pay, and 40 additional institutions have joined Apple’s list of participating partners since the last refresh earlier this month. Check out the latest Apple Pay banks below:

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  • 1880 Bank
  • Argent Credit Union
  • Bank of Sullivan
  • Byline Bank
  • CFSB
  • Emprise Bank
  • EverTrust Bank
  • Extraco Banks
  • First Citizens Bank (IA)
  • First Northern Bank and Trust
  • First Security Bank
  • Generations Bank
  • Great Lakes First Federal Credt Union
  • Grinnell State Bank
  • Horicon Bank
  • Illiana Financial Credit Union
  • Inspire Federal Credit Union
  • Kings Federal Credit Union
  • Lamar Bank and Trust
  • Members Cooperative Credit Union
  • Monterey Credit Union
  • North American Savings Bank
  • Oconee State Bank
  • PCSB Bank
  • Raymond James Bank
  • Regional Missouri Federal Credit Union
  • River Valley Credit Union
  • Sanborn Savings Bank
  • Seamen’s Bank
  • Sharonview Federal Credit Union
  • State Bank Financial
  • TAP FCU
  • Texas Tech Federal Credit Union
  • The Lowell Five
  • The Middlefield Banking Company
  • Union Square Credit Union
  • United Bank (AR, CT, and MA now)
  • Unity Catholic Credit Union

In the UK, Danske Bank also joins the list of participating institutions while Tesco Bank no longer claims to only work with credit transactions. In Mainland China, Bank of Hainan has also joined the list.

In addition to the latest participating banks to work with Apple Pay, Apple announced some new features this week at WWDC coming to the mobile payment service with iOS 11 and watchOS 4.

Person to Person will let you send money to friends and family over iMessage using Apple Pay. The new feature will be available on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch when iOS 11 and watchOS 4 ship later this fall.

Apple Pay Cash is another new feature coming this fall. This is a virtual debit card that appears in the Wallet app and holds money that you receive from Person to Person transfers. You can withdraw the money to your bank account, use it to send to other people, or use it as payment in stores that accept Apple Pay.

Since launching in the United States, Apple Pay has expanded to Canada, France, Russia, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Australia, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Italy, New Zealand, Singapore, Japan, Spain, Ireland, and Taiwan.

Although Apple Pay is available in over a dozen countries around the world, Person to Person and Apple Pay Cash will be limited to users in the United States when it launches. iOS 11 and watchOS 4 are currently in developer beta, although the new Apple Pay features aren’t available to test in the first version.


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