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As we reported last month, Google is uniting all of its different payment tools under the Google Pay brand. On Android, however, the Android Pay app stuck with its existing brand. That’s changing today, though, with the launch of Google Pay for Android. With this, Google is rolling out an update to Android Pay and introducing some new functionality that the company hopes will make… Read More
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Back in January Google announced that it would combine all of its different payment services into the new Google Pay brand. And today the new Google Pay app for Android has become available to make that possible. So say your goodbyes to both Android Pay and Google Wallet. The Google Pay app is apparently just one part of everything the search giant has planned in this space. In the future, all Google products should support Google Pay, including Chrome and Google Assistant. You should also increasingly see Google Pay accepted on websites, in apps, and “at your favorite places around the…
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After introducing new Google Pay branding for its mobile payment service last month, Google is now rolling the new service out.
The Google Pay app is now live in the Play Store. The app is an update to the old Android Pay app and features two tabs: Home and Cards.
Inside the Home tab you’ll find the ability to quickly pay with a selected card, your recent activity, nearby stores, and rewards cards. The Cards tab is home to your credit and debit cards as well as your loyalty programs, offers, and gift cards.
Google says that it’s planning to add the ability to send and request money with Google Pay, too, with that feature launching in the US and UK in the next few months. Until then, Google’s old Wallet app is being rebranded to Google Pay Send.
Google has been in the mobile payments game for a while, first with Google Wallet and then with Android Pay. Now it’s got a new effort called Google Pay, giving its mobile payment service a broader name and a fresh coat of paint. And soon it’ll combine its Google Wallet functionality into Google Pay, too, giving you one app for paying and for sending money.
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