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Google Declared Android Pay Has Finally Arrived

Finally the Google pay service has been announced by the Google on Thursday that is redoubling its efforts to make a working mobile payments system with the introduction of Android Pay, which will let people use a "single tap" to pay for things either in apps or at brick-and-mortar stores. The new service will also integrate the reward program for repeat the customers. The existing Google Wallet service will pivot into a way to transfer money between people in a similar fashion to Square. The announcements came during the company's major mobile event, I/O, which tells developers what to expect. Google had been among the first companies to try to make mobile payments a mass-market service with its Google Wallet, which came out in 2011. However, the market was so nascent that the service had trouble attracting many partners. It also had to deal with an early security flaw. Much of that development is being wrapped into Android Pay.

Now, Google is playing catch up to Apple Pay, Which debuted in September 2014 during Apple’s keynote event. One of the biggest differences between this effort and its initial payments product are the deals that Google has struck. American Express, Visa, Master card, and Discovery are on board with Android Pay, according to a slide shown during Google's presentation. The system works in the numerous way in more than 700,000 stores in the US except the contactless payments as well as in apps for the variety of payments.

Item Reviewed: Google Declared Android Pay Has Finally Arrived Description: Finally the Google pay service has been announced by the Google on Thursday that is redoubling its efforts to make a working mobile payments system with the introduction of Android Pay, which will let people use a "single tap" to pay for things either in apps or at brick-and-mortar stores. Rating: 5 Reviewed By: Paul Emond
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