Google launched “Google Pay” by merging Google wallet and Android Pay into One.


Today we are well good at online payments in India only due to demonetisation of currency and payment service companies like Paytm, BHIM, PhonePe, MobiKwik, Paypal, Freecharge and other payment services helped us in making payments via online on phones made easy at every store with our fastest fingers and today every citizen in India are aware of online payments and they are loved to pay via online payments instead of carrying money in pockets.
Google has its own payments services named Google Wallet launched in early 2011 helps to pay person-to-person instantly and at the stores online or offline too and another service named Android Pay which is launched in early 2015 helps to pay via Android app easily in real world payments and this Google Pay was rebranding by merging these two payment apps Google Wallet and Android Pay for not to confuse its customers with all these apps.googleWhere Apple launched its Apple pay in US which is a good Service with the fastest payments technology with free of charge and person to person payments nd payments can be done to all services and to Stories online or offline and even you can link your Apple pay to uber and you can pay easily to Uber via Apple pay like same how now we are paying via Card, Paytm and Cash. Samung has its own Samsung pay and in India it launched Samsung pay mini to mid-range Samsung J7 phones too and other Flagship devices Note 8, Galaxy S8/S8 Plus has official Samsung pay which can be used at every store with and you can directly pay to stores POS machine via Samsung pay.googleAt the moment, it looks like people who use Android Pay andGoogle Wallet won’t see much change other than the new Google Pay name and logo. In fact, the Google Pay branding is already available on websites and apps from Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, and other businesses. Tez users in India will also see Google Pay features in the near future as well.
The company’s blog post hints the rebranding is just the first step, and that more news on its payment system will be revealed in the near future, most likely as part of its 2018 I/O developer conference. In the meantime, what do you think about the company mashing up Android Pay and Google Wallet into Google Pay? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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