Jewel OSCo is developing an application that lets you use a smartphone to sign up for a prepaid debit card and pay for your bills using your Android phone.
The application is already available for Android, Apple’s iOS, and Windows phones, but will soon launch for BlackBerry, Google’s mobile OS, according to an article published by Quartz.
The new app, which is free, will enable users to pay for a few things, including rent, car insurance, groceries, rent, and internet access, through their Android phones.
The app has been in development since at least 2015 and was launched as a free service in 2015, according the Quartz article.
It also provides access to a list of online retailers, which includes Amazon, eBay, Best Buy, Target, and others.
A free version of the app is available for Windows phones and BlackBerrys, and will be available later this year.
The Quartz article also suggests that the app could be made free on Google’s Play store, which offers a number of apps that can be used for both Google services and free Android apps.
However, that isn’t confirmed, as there is no indication from the Quartz source that the Google Play store will be the site of the new app.
The article also mentions that the application will be “coming soon” for Android phones and the iOS.
The announcement comes after a few months of rumours that Apple’s new smartphone will be called the Apple Watch, with a “watch-like” design and a new “app store” for apps that Apple doesn’t yet own.
The news comes after the company released its first quarter earnings in November, which showed revenue of $1.8 billion, and net income of $924 million.