Google Pay feature Goes live to Pay your Payment by using Google. As coming every Day Google introducing every latest interesting features to keep user on their web or apps. Now google announced that they are going to launch payment feature on mobile devices by using any card you have including those saved to your any google products. This feature will makes you easier way to pay any payment by simple user interface that will be very beneficial for app makers using only few lines of code.
This feature of technology makes this possible The Google Payment API by very short setting.
When you selected the purchase items and finished to process check out by using “pay with Google”then you will see your saved card into your google account by selecting any one Google send your information to your desired Retailer along your shipping address who handle or process your order.
“Payments is a key capability of the user’s Google account,” Pali Bhat, Vice President of Payments at Google, told “Our goal is to enable users to pay with their Google account across devices, platforms and interfaces.”
When you opt to check out using “pay with Google,” you’ll be presented with a list of payment cards saved in your Google account. To continue, you just tap the card you want to use, and Google sends this information along with your shipping address to the merchant, who then handles the rest of the transaction.
In addition, Google partnered with over 40 payment providers to make integrations simpler for merchants who want to offer “pay with Google.”
The payment providers – including PayPal’s Braintree, Stripe, Vantiv, Worldpay, Adyen, and Groupe Paysafe – will continue to process the transactions as before. Other partners are being added soon, including ACI, Assist, Ebanx, First Data, Global Payments, GMO, IMSolutions, and TapPay.
Because the option requires merchants to use the Google Payment API, the “pay with Google” option is not yet available everywhere. But Google has lined up a long list of popular services that will offer the faster checkout to customers via their apps and mobile websites, when loaded in the Chrome browser.
At launch, this list of supported services includes Doordash, Eat24, Instacart, Kayak, Postmates, Wish, and others, but will expand to include others like Airbnb, Papa John’s, StubHub, Deliveroo, and many more in the near future. (See below).
The API is also now available globally, bringing it to new markets like Brazil for the first time with partners like iFood and Magazine Luiza, for example.
For now, Google Pay works within mobile apps and Chrome, but that could change in the future.
“We are starting with Chrome but plan to bring this experience to other browsers as well. Stay tuned,” said Bhat.
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