Google Pay merges Android Pay and Google Wallet

Google Pay merges Android Pay and Google Wallet

Google Pay merges Android Pay and Google Wallet

Most of Fandango's users - some 81% of those surveyed - already use some form of digital payment, so Google Pay presents another payment option.

"With Google Pay, it'll be easier for you to use the payment information saved to your Google Account, so you can speed through checkout with peace of mind". By the way, you should begin seeing the Google Pay logo pop up at numerous brick and mortar stores in the coming weeks.

Today Google announced that they are consolidating their payment platforms, notably Android Pay and Google Wallet, into a single, unified structure being branded as Google Pay.

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This all-new Google Pay branding was unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show 2018 event being held in Las Vegas.

One of the biggest questions that many Google users have often pondered upon is - why does Google have two apps which do pretty much the same thing - Google Wallet and Android Pay.

The rebranding effort is already underway, with some existing users already witnessing the Google Pay rebranding at several locations. Also, the same changes are supposed to reflect in Google Tez UPI (Unified Payment Interface) app launched in India. Those include Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse and Instacart. You can find out more about it on Google's blog. Now, it has been rebranded for the third time, as Google Pay - a branding Google (and we) hopes sticks.

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