Goodbye, Android Pay! Soon, you won’t see the payment app in Play Store anymore, as Google is starting to replace it with a more inclusive Google Pay #softwaremagic
If you aren’t a fan of payment apps, due to security concerns, then you probably haven’t heard of Google Pay, the company’s more unified mobile service for financial transactions. This one is meant to combine Google Wallet with Android Pay, offering users a one-stop-shop for all their payment necessities.
The app will have two windows – a Home tab with recent transactions, offers and stores in the user’s proximity and a Cards tab which brings together all of your cards, whether they are credit, debit, reward or gift.
How is this service going to make your digital life easier? With integration, of course. Google plans on integrating it with the rest of its Chrome and Assistant products. Plus, they’ll be accessible from other apps and websites… if you open them from an Android device. Or in a Chrome browser.
The company has assured users they could take advantage of Google Pay when they’re using public transportation in cities such as Kiev, London, and Portland.
Companies are pushing mobile payment services like never before, but how are you ready to make the change – go from cash or card to mobile?