If you currently splash out on an item worth more than a score, you're going to have to go through the laborious task of entering all four of your pin number digits, like some sort of backwater hick from the year 2012.
Tech firms like Google and Barclaycard have tried to get the world's consumers to adopt NFC-powered spending for years, with the public take-up steady yet slow. But in just three weeks in the US, McDonald's says Apple Pay already accounts for 50 per cent of its tap-to-pay total.
Most Android devices don't have a physical home button like the iPhone or iPad, and while it reduces manufacturing costs and is one less thing to break, sometimes it's nice to have that tactile feedback. So not only does the Dimple give you a real home button, it also gives you three others that can be customised to do whatever you need.