This is not the first time Prada has been at the forefront of smart wallets.
But its new Wallet app, unveiled on Thursday, seems to have been the company’s attempt to get ahead of the trend.
The app has three distinct features.
The first is an interactive tutorial on how to use it, which explains how to unlock your wallet and manage your coins.
It will also provide information about how to manage your wallets in general, such as how to move funds around and how to set up your personal security system.
The second is an interface that allows you to customize your wallet, including adding custom text and symbols.
You can also set up alerts, such the ability to see which addresses your coins are being sent to, how much they are worth, and more.
The third is an app that will allow you to access your wallet at any time, by using the QR code reader on your phone.
Prada also announced plans to add support for Android and iOS, which would allow the wallet to work on devices that do not support NFC payments.
Prada said it has already begun testing the new Wallet feature, which it says will be “in the works” by the end of the year.
The company has previously launched smart wallet services that let you pay with your phone, such a PayPal Pay card and Apple Pay.
The company has also been working on a smart wallet for mobile devices, which the company is calling Pay.
Pricing and AvailabilityPrada’s new Wallet will be available in the first quarter of 2018, Prada said in a statement.
The service will be compatible with all major credit cards, including Visa, MasterCard, and Discover, and it will also work with debit cards.
Pradeep Pandya, senior vice president of finance and product management, said the Wallet will launch in select cities by the middle of this year.
He added that Prada would also launch a smartphone wallet that will have a similar feature set to the Wallet app.
The Prada Wallet app was announced in June, and the first beta versions have already been available for iPhone users.
It is the second Prada app to launch on Android.