For its 69th episode, the CanCon podcast has money and unicorns on its mind. MobileSyrup broke a story this week that Android Pay will...
Tech giants' card-less payment services – including Apple Pay, Android Pay from Google and Samsung Pay – aim to ease the path to the truly digital wallet, and researchers project huge growth in adoption by retailers and consumers.
Android Pay is finally set to launch in Canada on May 31st, according to sources that have reached out to MobileSyrup with internal documents....
Android Pay will launch in Canada on May 31. When it arrives in the market, the mobile payment service will work with most major credit and debit cards. Google hasn't revealed which bank partners are available at launch. Multiple expansions were recently announced.
At last week's I/O event, Google revealed that Android Pay is set to expand to a number of new markets in the near future. The service launched in Russia a few days ago, and now, a new report suggests that Canada is next in line.
Google recently announced that it would be launching Android Pay in five more countries soon and one of those countries is Canada and it looks like this will happen before the end of the month. Google did not give a date on when Android Pay would land in these five countries and now it looks
Recently, Google confirmed that Android Pay will soon be launched in 5 more countries, including Russia and Canada. Inline with that, the Russian launch happened earlier this week. And now, we have an expected launch date for Canada as well.
PayPal and Android Pay will soon play nicely together, it has been revealed, with Android Pay users being able to tie their PayPal accounts to the mobile payment system. PayPal users have been requesting this feature for a while, and now it appears to be rolling out, though not all users are seeing it at this time. Once linked together, … Continue reading
Android Pay is set to become widely available to Android device owners in Canada, starting from May 31, a week today. This is based on the latest information coming through from MobileSyrup, who in turn credits “sources that have reached out” for the information. So while this does not act as an official confirmation from Google,
The latest software update adds PayPal integration so that you can tap and swipe with your account as if it were cold, hard cash.