Ordering products via iPhone can be a tedious process, since you have to type your credit card information with the on screen keyboard almost every time when you want to make a purchase, but this latest application concept – Card.io might have a solution that will eliminate this tedious task.

Typing your credit card information every time when you want to make a purchase is quite a tedious task, inspired by this, Card.io have released an SDK aimed for iOS devices. According to Card.io, they want to replace the manual process of typing your personal data such as name, expiry date, bank, etc. with automatic system that utilizes your phone’s camera to scan your card and fill the forms automatically.

Basically, all that you need to do is to scan your card with your phone, and you’re good to go with your purchase, so you can only imagine what potential to save time this concept will bring.

This concept sounds amazing, and Card.io claims that all personal data will be safe and encrypted, so there’s no need to worry about your privacy, at least in theory that’s the case.

[via Ubergizmo]

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