PayPal’s one touch payment system has now been rolled out worldwide, for both mobile and web.
Called One Touch, it was launched last year for native mobile on both iOS and Android.
The payments company have now launched One Touch for Web worldwide, after launching it in the US in April.
The payment system means users only have to log into their PayPal account once on a device, and click “Stay logged in for faster purchases” when they do so.
The customer’s info is then saved, and they can simply keep buying on that device, without having to enter their password again.
The company said it saw “tremendous results” when it tested the payment system with merchants like Airbnb, Boxed, Jane.com, Lyft, Munchery and YPlan.
PayPal said YPlan reported a double digit increase in conversions after integrating One Touch, and StubHub saw a double digit increase in total sales and transactions on iOS.
The feature is now available worldwide on both mobile and web.
The company said: “Most PayPal merchants will automatically have One Touch enabled for their customers, without needing to do any integration.
“Consumers that choose to pay via One Touch will soon be able to securely checkout across millions of PayPal enabled websites in a single touch, without having to re-enter their login information. And since we’ve extended the product beyond native mobile, One Touch will soon be available to PayPal’s 165M customer accounts regardless of whether they have the PayPal mobile app.”
Watch a product video for One Touch Below: