Google Pay Hits the Web

5 ways Google Pay can save you time and money at checkout - Google Blog

5 ways Google Pay can save you time and money at checkout - Google Blog

In Google's breakdown of the newly expanded platform, it details how some banks will also support the auto-updating of Google Pay details.

Google Pay bundles together previous Google services like Android Pay and Google Wallet, which were created to make online payments on mobile devices faster. With this move, Google is slowly closing the gap with Apple Pay and creating a unified front for payments through the Google Pay brand. "In March, Google Assistant received an upgrade with a Google Pay integration that enabled users in the USA to send and request money from their contacts directly using their voice".

Once a card is added to a browser, users can start using it immediately across devices and there's no need to configure the service for each online store.

Lost your credit or debit card? Of course, the likelihood is that you're already signed up to Apple Pay if you're part of that cohort. In short, paying online can now become as easy as saving a password on your browser and then forgetting about it.Back in February, Google had also confirmed that it is working with online partners and in retail stores to turn Pay into a one app solution to all of one's payment problems.

Having launched the Android app in February, Google Pay has now been made available for the web to allow users to pay directly using their Chrome, Safari or Firefox browser or an iOS device. "The Google Pay app for Android also gives access to exclusive offers and promotions".

"And if you're checking out on Chrome, Google Pay can automatically fill in your billing, shipping, and payment info, so you don't have to bother with forms", he said.

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