Google Pay app is divided in two halves. This much-neede streamlining bundles together the two major payment services that the company has in tow - Android Pay for online payments and Google Wallet for peer-to-peer payments with U.S. or United Kingdom cards or bank accounts. Users who already have Android Pay installed on their devices should get an option to update it to Google Pay. Since you're often operating the dialer with one hand, it makes sense t have buttons at the bottom where they're more easily accessed.
To use this new feature, users need to first download the beta version of the app, after which they need to activate the feature.
As we reported last month, Google is uniting all of its different payment tools under the Google Pay brand.
At the same time, Google is encouraging app developers to work with Google's processor partners to build the Google Pay app into business apps or websites.
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Since mentions of 'Google Pay" and "G Pay' started popping up at the turn of the year, we knew some changes were likely afoot. Google Pay combines features from both, including the ability to pay at checkout counters with a smartphone, and even the option to scan into transit systems in cities such as Kiev, London and Portland, initially.
Longtime Android Pay fans, fear not: the features you love aren't going away.
With Google Pay consumers can pay in shops, on the web and in apps, like Airbnb, Fandango, Lyft and Instacart, without having to get the credit card from the wallet. It also constitutes the service formerly known as Pay With Google, which is an API that allows merchants to offer a simpler way for online shoppers to enter their payment details at the checkout. It is possible that Google continues with the Tez branding for the UPI payments and offers it as a part of the Google Pay along with the standalone app. But in the next few months, the app will inherit Google Wallet's peer-to-peer payments features and allow users to send and request money.