Google Brings Speedy Online Payments to PC and Mobile

Terry Joseph
October 24, 2017

So long as you have any payment option saved to your Google account (from YouTube, Google Play, Android Pay, etc.), Google can securely share that payment information with the merchant, without you having to retype any of that information.

Developers can find all the information they need to add support for the new API to their apps on the Google Developers site.

Google is making it a lot easier for Android users to pay for things on their devices.

Pay with Google aims to be a lot simpler.

The widely used search engine, Google keeps trying to come up with various strategies to make the users' experience worth it.

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Google has finally rolled out Pay with Google to simplify the payment process on Android devices.

This new payment method seems to be similar to PayPal Checkout, which I make good use of when buying products online, both on my phone and on my laptop.

Google has announced the launch of "Pay With Google", letting users quickly checkout on apps and websites with any card in their Google Account. Google is clearly hoping that being able to tap your whole wallet, not just the one card you begrudgingly entered into Android Pay, will loosen people up and get them using the system more.

At the moment, the feature is only available in certain countries and is being rolled out across 15 retailers, including Dice in the United Kingdom, iFood in Brazil and and Kayak, Sport Hero, Yelp Eat24, Doordash and instacart in the US.

Google first announced the feature at its I/O event in May this year. 14 global payment providers have already signed up, and Google says more are being added all the time. Google partners such as Instacart, Wish, YelpEat24, Kayak and Doordash already have implemented Pay with Google, whereas a number of other companies including Just East, Deliveroo, Airbnb and StubHub will implement it soon.

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