Google launches Google Pay mobile payment service

Bringing it all together with Google Pay - Google Blog

Now, in an effort to bring them under one roof, the search giant is rolling out Google Pay, a unified brand for its online and real-world wallets.

According to Google's announcement, payment information will be saved to a user's Google Account and then made available to the Google Pay platform. As of now, the existing users of Android Pay and Google Wallet will only see a change in logo.

Google rebrands yet another service.

. Google Pay also available for the company's own services, such as YouTube, Google Play and Google Music. We're not betting that Google is going to be able to streamline all digital payments with Google Pay, but it sure would be nice if Android had a single method for buying stuff.

Bhat noted that businesses will find Google Pay easy to implement because it's supported by popular payment processing services such as Stripe.

As Android Pay, we saw this tap-to-pay payment system reach multiple nations.

Google boasted on its blog that Google Pay is supported by a handful of services today, including Airbnb and Fandango.

Google is making things simpler for shoppers who love Google. Lastly, Instacart orders of at least $35 completed with Google Pay by January 16 score $10 markdowns. In December, the company acquired MovieTickets.com, which will join ticketing brands Fandango, Flixster, Ingresso, and Fandango Latin America in reaching 33,000 screens worldwide.

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