Earlier this week, Google announced that it was finally ready to say goodbye to Android Pay and replace it with Google Pay. The end goal of Google Pay is to offer all of the functionality of Android Pay and Google Wallet in one single app, but in the meantime, we get to mess around with the v22 update to Google Wallet that rebrands it as Google Pay Send.
Google has released a new payment service called Google Pay which will combine previous services such as Google Wallet and Android Pay.
If you were around for yesterday's activities, you've already seen that Android Pay has been switched over to the new Google Pay branding, along with some upgrades to both the look and function. As part of the announcement, we were told that the Google Wallet app would be undergoing a short term rebranding of its own, taking on the name Google Pay Send. That version is now here, and unsurprisingly, it has been given some minor visual touch-ups.
Google has launched its long-anticipated Google Pay app, which combines the features of the former Android Pay and Google Wallet into one platform, with new benefits designed to accelerate mobile payment use and retailer participation. The change, first announced last month, represents a bid to expand the use of Google's growing ecosystem to take on both Apple and Amazon in the e-commerce space.
Google Pay is now rolling out and ready to use in the United States and the U.K. The new system replaces Android Pay and Google Wallet and further improves on the payment process inherited from the two.
Untangling your finances one app at a time
The new Google Pay app aims to make sending and receiving money a simple chore anywhere in the world where Android is in use.Google is launching a new unified payment service which goes by the name Google Pay. The app for the same will be available from Google Play Store and will essentially serve as
(Telecompaper) Google has started rolling out its new Google Pay app for Android, which unites the previous services Android Pay and Google Wallet. The app allows users to load multiple payment and loyalty cards to pay with a smartphone at the point of sale, and Google said it will add soon mobile money transfers as well.
The Google Pay app provides a convenient and simplified interface that lets you store your credit card, debit cards, loyalty programs, offers and even gift cards.