Google Consolidates Its Payments Services Under Brand Google Pay

Bringing it all together with Google Pay - Google Blog

Google announces Google Pay to replace Android Pay and Google Wallet

The service will work seamlessly with all compatible apps, services, and retailers that have previously supported either of the company's payment methods.

Users can also request money in Gmail by hovering over the attachment paperclip and clicking the £ icon to attach the request to a Gmail message. Now, the Google has announced a new payment system named Google Pay.

Senior VP of Fandango Mark Young said, "Google Pay provides a simple, intuitive option for Fandango customers to speed through checkout with just one tap".

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It never made much sense for the universal Android-supporting mobile payment app to coexist with the slowly dying Google Wallet, and at long last, Mountain View seems to agree.

All clued up on mobile payments? .

Google has recognized the need to streamline its payment brand and that's certainly something that many users will appreciate.

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Apps like Google's YouTube, Fandango, Airbnb, and Instacart already have it available, and more will accept it soon, according to the blog post.

Google is merging Android Pay with Google Wallet, introducing a unified payment service called Google Pay.

It also makes a lot of sense from another perspective. We think this could be about having a single purchasing tool available across every device you own. "We look forward to working with Google as they grow this exciting new payment platform".

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