9 Jan 2018

Google Pay Join Android Pay And Google Wallet Together

Google combines Android Pay and Google Wallet into one service called Google Pay and Google Wallet are payment services from Google and now the company has announced it will combine all its payment systems including the two aforementioned platforms as one under one brand.
According to the report we have the both services using one identity with - the Google Pay logo and branding wherever the aforementioned payment systems appeared.

Now you’ll be able to handle in-store payments, online transactions, and money transfers all from one app. If you use Chrome, Google Pay will also be able to fill in your payment details too.

Meanwhile, there is no cause for users to get worried because nothing  changed apart from the logo. Now, instead of seeing Android Pay logo when paying for things with NFC or Google Wallet while purchasing content on the Play Store, users will now see the universal Google Pay logo.

According to the company, Google Pay is currently available at services like Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart and other apps, with more on the way. I

t’s not clear whether Google Pay will replace Android Pay and Google Wallet in the Play Store or be a new app altogether but it’s only a matter of time until we find out.
Google combines Android Pay and Google Wallet into one service called Google Pay and Google Wallet are payment services from Google and now the company has announced it will combine all its payment systems including the two aforementioned platforms as one under one brand.
According to the report we have the both services using one identity with - the Google Pay logo and branding wherever the aforementioned payment systems appeared.

Now you’ll be able to handle in-store payments, online transactions, and money transfers all from one app. If you use Chrome, Google Pay will also be able to fill in your payment details too.

Meanwhile, there is no cause for users to get worried because nothing  changed apart from the logo. Now, instead of seeing Android Pay logo when paying for things with NFC or Google Wallet while purchasing content on the Play Store, users will now see the universal Google Pay logo.

According to the company, Google Pay is currently available at services like Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart and other apps, with more on the way. I

t’s not clear whether Google Pay will replace Android Pay and Google Wallet in the Play Store or be a new app altogether but it’s only a matter of time until we find out.

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