The mobile payment app will launch in the southern city of Singapore on April 25, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal.

The new service will be available in Singapore as part of Apple Pay’s ongoing expansion to the country, with the company promising “over 100 new stores” by the end of March.

The service is said to work on iPhone XS, XS Max, and XS (with NFC) devices and is compatible with Apple Pay and the Apple Watch.

Apple has said that it will introduce more payment options in the coming months, including a mobile payments app that can be used for both Apple Pay transactions and Apple Pay purchases.

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