Apart from supporting the high-end flagship devices only, the company has also got plans to release the LG Pay support to the Mid-range smartphones by the company itself (K-series, Q-series, etc.). This new service is expected to be available online, in store (NFC payments), and across several Google Products including Tez. Since Android is the most used operating system in the mobile world, are you excited to see what the future holds for this new mobile payment option?
While Android Pay is Google's high-profile payments app, Google Wallet is its peer-to-peer payments solution.
Earlier this week, Google announced that it was merging Android Pay and Google Wallet.
Google Pay, according to the Mountain View California-based tech giant is now available on Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart, and other apps and websites.
Recently, Google rolled out its "Pay With Google" feature that upgrades the traditional checkout process to make online purchases faster across services such as Google Play, YouTube, and Chrome. The best part is that if you have your payment information already saved into your Google account, you will not need to do anything.
Google, in the blog post, also hinted that it "will also be bringing these experiences to Tez users in India". You will be able to enjoy a simplified checkout system while using Tez. So tell us in the comments if you are happy that Wallet and Android Pay are now consolidated into one payment tool? Credit card support and third-party wallets have also been added to enable the new platform compete with popular wallets like Paytm and Mobikwik.
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