Google's mobile payment service has recently launched in the United Kingdom, but during its developer conference Google I/O 2017, the company announced an expansion of Android Pay, upgrades to its Payment API, new loyalty features for merchants, and more.
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A day after Google talked about the Android Go, and made millions of Android phone users who stick to a budget phone happy, at the Google I/O, the company has said that this is not a separate operating system like the way Android One was. Instead the ...
Android Pay is already available in 10 markets, but Google won't stop until the mobile payment service reaches millions of new customers. During Google I/O press conference, the company announced plans to introduce Android Pay in five additional countries. Although Google hasn't been exactly clear as to when exactly Android Pay will be available in these new markets, at least it did mention the service will be launched in Brazil, Canada, Russia and Spain, and Taiwan. With the addition of the new territories, Android Pay will be available in 15 countries, ...
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Google has announced that its mobile payments service Android Pay will soon be available in some new markets. The list includes a total of five names: Brazil, Canada, Russia, Spain and Taiwan. With this, the service would be available in a total of 15 countries around the globe.