Apple users in Morocco now have Apple Pay, which launched today in the country.

The company updated its regional website to officially confirm that Crédit immobilier et hôtelier (CIH) and Crédit Agricole Group of Morocco (CAM) Bank, now support its payment service in the country. Also, according to CIH's Twitter account, "you can now pay" with Apple Pay using your iPhone or Apple Watch.

Morocco is now the second African country, after South Africa to get the Apple Pay service.

INFOGRAPHIC: South African banks that offer digital wallets
The South African financial service industry has seen massive improvements over the last few years as banks make digital payment technology to their users. It is one of the first markets for this product in Africa, making it easy for users to save and easily and securely access their payment

With Apple Pay, customers can add their Mastercard credit cards and bank cards to the Wallet app with ease, and enjoy seamless and secure transactions at any contactless payment point with a compatible iPhone or Apple Watch. Additionally, select apps and websites also accept Apple Pay as a payment method.

To add their credit or debit card to the service, users can simply open the Wallet app, tap the "+" icon in the top right-hand corner, and follow the prompts to add their cards. iPad users with Touch ID can add cards to use in apps by accessing "Settings" and then "Wallet & Apple Pay." Apple Watch users can add cards via the Watch app on their iPhones. This works with iOS 12 and above.