Over the past several weeks, integration with Apple’s mobile payment platform was added to a number of apps including Disney Store, MLB.com Ballpark, Priceline, ShopKeep, SeatGeek, Ticketmaster, and LoungeBuddy.
Now, it’s Fiverr’s turn to gain support for Apple Pay, which happens to have just been touted on Twitter by Apple CEO Tim Cook for its “security, privacy, and simplicity.”
— Tim Cook (@tim_cook) January 3, 2015
Thanks to the latest update to Fiverr for iOS, you can now order tasks, services, or “gigs” with your fingerprint and your Apple Pay-linked debit or credit card account on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
The update also includes enhanced search filters to help you find the exact gig you’re looking for, along with minor bug fixes.
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Launched just over a year ago, the app offers instant access to Fiverr’s comprehensive catalog of gigs, starting at $5, from various freelancers from around the world. Gigs cover professional tasks and services in different categories, including graphics and design (e.g. logo creation), writing and translation (e.g. proofreading), music and audio (e.g. song composition), and more.
See also: Some Apple Pay users are reporting problems after an iPhone restore, Apple Pay may drive New York City’s adoption of mobile payments for parking tickets, and Chevron working to integrate Apple Pay at its gas pumps by early 2015.