Google has launched Pay with Google. The intention is to make the payment process on Android easier.
Pay With Google
In fact, Google announced this feature first in May this year at the I / O Developer Conference. At that time, Google canceled the transaction fee in order to attract more businesses. Pay with Google users can use this feature to verify purchases with a security code or Android device to quickly check out any credit and debit cards previously used in Google’s products, such as Chrome, Android Pay, YouTube, or Google Play.
The payment providers include Stripe, Vantiv, PayPal’s Braintree, Adyen, Worldpay, and Groupe Paysafe. They will continue to process the transactions like before. Partners that will be added in future include Assist, Ebanx, ACI, First Data, GMO, IMSolutions, Global Payments, and TapPay.
In this way, you can avoid the website or application payment page to enter the cumbersome card information on the cumbersome procedures, and use Google directly to send your payment information and delivery address to the business. Google said Pay with Google currently supports a total of 15 places. In the future, it will include Airbnb and more takeaway services.