Android Pay, Goolge’s payment service in actions

Android Pay with its features was anticipated by many through rumors month before its official release. And finally during this year’s Google I/O event we came to get a look at the Google Payments service officially. The Android Pay was among the initial announcement on the first day of the Google I/O 2015 event. And now we have the service very quickly extending to all commerce platforms.

Google improves things and provides something news apart from the market. As in the Android Pay it included the options through which you can not only pay at a smart payment counter but also from within the apps. For this purpose, Google’s API can be used by the developers to include Android Payment service within. On certain reliable apps you will have the option calling for purchases with Android Pay. With this service you can easily do your online shopping by just using a single app.

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Google has confirmed that its Android Payment service will work with all major credit card services. After taking the credit card issuers on board, the Android Pay is also connected with all major banks. Therefore either you are a customer of MasterCard or American Express you can use your services with Android Pay. And similarly all Bank of America, Citi, Regions and other bank customers can easily avail its services.

Google is also concerned to your security. In this regard it has introduced a virtual account number or your transactions. With this facility your card details will not be visible to anyone except you. And you can make
transactions with confidence.

Google has also taken on board all the existing stores and some expected ones. Therefore you will not face any issue using Android Pay at any US store. It has also partnered with the mobile carriers to include the Android Pay to the smartphone out of the box.

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