Apple Pay Grows Additions 48 US bank support, adds three new Chinese banks



Yesterday we saw longtime holdout Ally Bank turn on Apple Pay for its customers, and today Apple’s list of over a thousand banks and credit unions across the United States and beyond picked up even more additions including more in Mainland China. These are the latest Apple Pay banks, with another 48 U.S. financial institutions now allowing their customers to make use of the system. Additionally,


The complete list of U.S. additions includes:
Advantage One Credit Union
Ally Bank
Amalgamated Bank (in addition to previously supported Amalgamated Bank of Chicago)
America First Federal Credit Union
Awakon Federal Credit Union
Banco do Brasil Americas
Bank of Internet USA
BrightStar Credit Union
Citizens National Bank (in a second state)
CNB Bank
Communication Federal Credit Union
Darien Rowayton Bank
El Dorado Savings Bank
Envista Credit Union
Fidelity Bank (in additional banks)
First Commons Bank
First Merchants Bank
First Western Bank
Firstar Bank
Florida Community Bank – National Association
Forcht Bank N.A.
Frederick County Bank
Grand Rapids State Bank
Hometown Bank of Corbin Inc.
Horizon Bank (separate from Horizon Bank N.A.)
Liberty Bay Credit Union
Maine State Credit Union
MB Financial


Monroe County Community Credit Union
Mound City Bank
Northern Credit Union
Norway Savings Bank
NSWC Federal Credit Union
Ozark Bank
Rainbow Federal Credit Union
Relyance Bank
Republic Bank
Rock Canyon Bank
Rockford Bank and Trust
Southwest Capital Bank
Summit Credit Union (in a new location)
Texas Bank
Texas First Bank
Utilities Employees Credit Union
UVA Community Credit Union
Ventura County Credit Union
Whatcom Educational Credit Union
Winnsboro State Bank


The Chinese banks include China Everbright Bank, Huaxia Bank, and Ping An Bank. All three were announced as partners when Apple Pay launched in the country on Feb. 17, but weren't actually live at the time

Apple Pay works with the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, Apple Watch, iPad mini 4, iPad Air 2, and iPad Pro. The rumored 4-inch iPhone SE that we’re expecting to see at Monday’s event will also work with Apple Pay.
Sources : 9to5mac