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After promising that Android Pay and Google Wallet would be merged into one app, Google has started to roll out its new product on the Play Store. More features are also planned in the coming months.
Google has announced that it is rolling Google Wallet and Android Pay into one service called Google Pay. It's an attempt by Google to unify its payment ecosystem. Tez will still exist in India.
Mobile payment systems have started to gain more traction with added support from merchants, credit cards issuers, and banks. Now, you'll be able to use Visa Checkout through Android Pay.
Those that bank with Wells Fargo will be happy to know that the firm is moving forward with plans to offer support for mobile wallets like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, and Android Pay.
According to the recently updated Google Support page for Android Pay, users in the UK can now link their American Express credit or debit cards with Google's mobile payment platform in the country.
Android Pay has received another bank expansion update, adding a total of 60 new US financial institutions to its list and allowing more people to make use of Google's wireless payment system.
PayPal has added Android Pay support with its latest app update. Once you have connected PayPal in the app, you can use it to draw from your balance or connected bank account at NFC terminals.
Samsung's customer care executives in the UK have revealed that the company will be launching its payment platform in the country on May 16, more than a year since its original expected launch date.
Google's payment service for Android devices can now be used from within the mobile banking apps of selected financial institutions. Features from Android Pay can now be used from within these apps.
If a leaked manual is to be believed, LG's next wearables won't only be powered by Google's latest Android Wear OS, but it will also have the ability to utilize Android Pay and Google Assistant.
Samsung Pay, the company's mobile payment system, is yet to be rolled out in many markets around the world, but a report has revealed that it could launch in India sometime in the first half of 2017.
Google announced that it would bring support for the Visa Checkout and MasterPass payment services to Android Pay. This payment option will automatically appear on any site that already supports them.
Google's Android Pay is expanding with support for Chase, Santander and TSB. The mobile payment platform will also support rewards programs from Walgreens, Chili's and Dunkin' Donuts.
Android Pay is now available in Australia so you can use your NFC-enabled phones to pay at stores around the country for shrimp and other clichés that need to be thrown on the barbie.
Samsung Pay will finally be coming to Australia soon, as the Korean company has scheduled a launch event for next week where it will reveal partners and rollout plans for the service.
Google says that Android Pay will launch in the UK "in the coming months", but two of the country's biggest banking groups - Barclays and RBS, which includes NatWest - haven't signed up.
Google is expected to bring Android Pay to the UK at the end of March, according to a rumour by insiders. The payment system will compete against Apple Pay which launched last summer.
Target in early development stages of mobile "wallet" pay system that would put the company in direct competition with tech giants such as Apple and Samsung.
Partnering with several major banks and retailers, Android Pay may be set to take-off next year in a country where compatible contactless payment terminals are already widespread.
Microsoft's Joe Belfiore has stated that they are working on bringing mobile payments to Windows 10. However, he did not commit to a timeline and simply promised that it would happen 'soon'.
Google has finally rolled out Android Pay to over one million locations across the US, after its previous leak in August. The tap and pay system is compatible with NFC enabled devices on KitKat 4.4+.
The Google Wallet app is seeing a lot more green with the old app replaced by a new listing in the Play Store in a sign Android Pay may be closer to launching.
You might soon be able to buy a Big Mac with your Android Phone, if this leaked McDonald's memo is anything to go by. Android Pay is reportedly set to roll out in US stores on August 26.