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iPhone Owners Dominate Commerce at Point of Sale Over Android

Javelin Strategy & Research Forecasts Mobile Proximity Payments to Reach $54 Billion by 2019

San Francisco, CA, May 7, 2015:  By 2019, mobile proximity payments make up a mere 1% of all retail transactions, compared to total online payments at 9%. Mobile proximity payments are payments made by consumers at the physical point of sale using a mobile device, usually a smartphone. While the mobile proximity payments market may be in its infancy, the potential for growth and acceleration is exponential. Javelin Strategy & Research released Mobile Proximity Payments Forecast 2015, which identifies first adopters of mobile proximity payments, their attitudes toward using mobile device in the shopping experience, and estimates the market over the next five years.

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Banking Notifications Must Differentiate from Growing Clutter of Nonbank Apps

Javelin Strategy & Research Forecasts More than Half of Online Consumers Will Receive Digital Financial Alerts by 2019

San Francisco, May 4, 2015: The meteoric growth of smartphone and tablet adoption and the highly touted Apple Watch rollout are propelling momentum for push notifications to be central in consumers’ lives sooner than many expect. Today, Javelin Strategy & Research released Push Notifications Change the Game for Financial Alerts, which reveals the demographics of users of push notifications and alerts; forecasts the market by 2019, and offers strategies for financial push notifications to stand out amongst all the other apps.

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Mobile Commerce Press - According to a new report by Javelin Strategy & Research, only 1% of payments in physical retail stores are made from smartphones. The report shows that 9% of online transactions in the retail space are being made from smartphones.

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3 Things You Really Should Know About Mobile Payments

Times - Within three years “we’re expecting a few major players to take large parts of the market,” says Mary Monahan, Research Director of Mobile for Javelin Strategy & Research. For now, however, there’s too much fragmentation for mobile payment to practically replace cash, credit, and debit. And other than earning you cool...