Apple Pay is described as 'lets you make purchases securely in stores, in apps, and on the web using Safari . Pay with just a touch, in person or online, with debit and credit cards. Your purchases are safe and private, card details never shared by Apple' and is a Payment Processing Service in the Business & Commerce category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Apple Pay, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows. The best alternative is PayPal. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Bitcoin Cash or Google Pay. Other great sites and apps similar to Apple Pay are Privacy.com (Free Personal), Apple Wallet (Free), Payoneer (Paid) and Lydia (Free).
Google Pay is the fast, simple way to pay with Google online, in stores, and more. Book a trip, grab a meal, see a show, and enjoy new experiences—all without your wallet. Just add a card once from a participating bank and you’re ready to go.
Wallet keeps things like airline boarding passes, movie tickets, and gift cards all in one place, letting you scan your iPhone or iPod touch to check in for a flight, get into a movie, redeem a coupon, and more. Wallet is what you would use to set up Apple Pay.
Lydia is a mobile payment solution. Started with payment through QR code, email or SMS and direct money exchange with friends using your credit card, it is now an all-in-one payment and money management service.
DASH is an open source peer-to-peer cryptocurrency that uses a system called Darksend to add privacy to transactions. It allows you keep your finances private as you make transactions, similar to cash.
GNU Taler is a privacy-preserving payment system. Customers can stay anonymous, but merchants can not hide their income through payments with GNU Taler. This helps to avoid tax evasion and money laundering.