As we had reports saying Google is working on clubing all of its different payment systems and framing it under Google Pay. Eg.: The Google wallet and Android pay is now unified under Google Pay.
The Google Pay apps interface has the native Google material interface, the app shows all the information in Google cards style (on the home tab).
The app has mainly two tabs, the first is the home tab from where you can get information about your recent payments, it also shows information about nearby local offers and stores, and other information.
The second tab is the cards tab which contains all the information about cards (Debit and Credit Cards) and it also contains your reward and gift cards. In other words
Google has big plans for Google Pay as Google’s VP of Product Management for Payments, Pali Bhat, told TechCrunch, the team really wanted to make it extremely easy to get started with Google Pay and use the service to pay for goods online and in the real world — and to do so with as little friction as possible. That means that users who bank with Bank of America in the U.S. or a Google partner like Mbank in Poland can set up Google right from their bank’s app without having to install Google Pay. Once that’s set up, you can simply pay with Google Pay online and out in the real world.
Not only inclusion of Google pay in banks, buy Google also promises to integrate the Pay with most of the Google Services like Chrome and Assistant.
Google Pay will also work for transit in cities including Kiev, London, and Portland, although that depends whether your transit services support mobile payments.
Google also extends the Google Pay if an online app or website wants to support this, developers can call a Google API to see if a given user has Google Pay enabled and can then accept payments through Google Pay (which still get routed through the developers’ regular payment processors like Stripe or Braintree). Apps like DoorDash, Airbnb, Hotel Tonight and others already support this feature today.
Google Pay also supports your Android Smartwatches.
Download Google Pay from here.