The transition from Android Pay to Google Pay was mostly linear, but users noticed a few of the app’s key features went missing along the way. Google has now added one of those features back—the ability to sort cards in the mobile wallet. In the latest update, Google Pay added the option to “drag and
When Android Pay was re-branded as Google Pay, the mobile app lost a small (but important) feature - the ability to sort cards. If you only have one or two cards in Google Pay, you probably won't care, but it's nice for people with several payment methods and loyalty cards.
Early last year, Google had an issue with an Android update for the Motorola Nexus 6. The device was being updated to Android 7.1.1 but a negative side-effect of the update is that Android Pay was breaking. In order to quickly fix this problem, Google pushed an OTA update that simply reverted users back to Android 7.0.
Android Pay users have been able to dip into their PayPal accounts for a little over a year. Now, the money transfer service has partnered with Google to provide a more seamless way to use it across products like Google Play, YouTube and Gmail.
Google launched Android Pay in Japan back in 2016 and the company focused on creating a unique mobile checkout experience that was tailored to customers in the country. Google has improved the way customers pay using their mobile devices significantly since then and has also rebranded those efforts under the single Google Pay brand. Starting today, Google Pay users in Japan will find that it’s much easier to checkout online, in stores, and across the country with two new ways to pay.
Hyundai is taking the idea of NFC payment solutions like Apple Pay and Android Pay and integrating it into its cars.
[Update x2: Extended to August 31] Get a $10 Google Play credit when you make five purchases with Google Pay in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia
It turns out that this promo is only for brand-new users, so if you've used Android Pay (or Google Pay before this promo started, though it's unlikely), you're out of
The digital wallet-based items, now used in the millions on the iPhone, were just announced this week by Google.
Was not quite long-ago Google replaced Android Pay with Google Pay and also unified Wallet to make its new product more competitive with other rival services. Things are now beginning to take a better shape as the app now boasts of a set of newly added features to make it a one-stop payment app—Google Pay
Google Pay got a big upgrade at Google I/O this week. At a breakout session, Google announced a series of changes to its payments platform, recently rebranded from Android Pay, including support for peer-to-peer payments in the main Google Pay app; online payments support in all browsers; the ability to see all payments in a
NFC payments on Android used to be very much a free for all, but the company increasingly clamped down as Android Pay (and now Google Pay) rolled out. When a device doesn't pass SafetyNet because of modifications or even an unlocked bootloader, you can't make NFC payments. That was a problem with the first Android P developer preview, but the newly released DP2 does allow you to use Google Pay. Well, in some instances.
Microsoft Pay — Microsoft’s answer to Android Pay and Apple Pay that was originally launched in 2016 as Microsoft Wallet — is getting a little more useful today. At Build, Microsoft announced that it will be integrating its digital wallet service into Outlook. This means that, for the first time, when a company sends you