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Lydia - Mobile Payment
Android iPhone - English

In the era of hands-free payment, talking and even driving, the Lydia app is right at home. It unifies all forms of payments in one app whether it’s paying for a coffee, paying a friend back or doing some online shopping. Simplify your life and try out Lydia!


About the Lydia App

A free all encompassing payment app, Lydia has become hugely popular and was lauded “amongst Europe’s 100 hottest startups” by Wired. It allows you to transfer practically all financial transactions to one app, online. No more bank transfers and no need to go back and forth between accounts to pay for different things separately. You can pay your rent, buy cinema tickets and even claim money your friends owe you, all through the Lydia app.


How it Works

Lydia uses the latest technology so that regardless of phone model, the app will work for you.
  • Credit card + Smartphone = Lydia. You simply choose your credit or debit card to connect to your Lydia account and the amount spent or transferred will be instantly debited from the account.
  • The same level of security, payment limits and guarantees as with traditional card payments
  • Lydia uses the QR code which is compatible with every phone model and network provider, even when you don’t have service.
  • You can use your phone contacts on Lydia to either send or receive money. No need to ask for account information, Lydia takes care of that for you!


For more information about the Lydia app, check out their website here.

Other Systems

Lydia is available to download on iOS here.
Latest update on July 24, 2020 at 05:03 AM.
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Lydia has changed how I bank and pay for things. It's amazing especially after trips with friends when people owe different amounts of money as it cuts out the middle man-the bank!
Respond to Aoife McCambridge