Google Pay is a fast and simple to pay for your online, store and app purchases. The app is really useful and it makes it possible for users to leave their wallets at home because they can pay for anything that they want just by simply tapping their smartphones on the cash register. Nonetheless, today we are talking about Google Play because the Android parent has just released a new update that comes with a handful of useful features. With that said, let’s go ahead and check out everything there is to know about the new update.
Google Pay 2.93.258479717 Update
If you enjoy using Google Pay, then we have some great news to share with you. The highly popular native Android app has just received a new update and Google is rolling it out via OTA (over the air) channels right now. This means that all Android fans are scheduled to receive the update in their notifications panel during the upcoming hours. Now, let’s see what are the new features that the update brings.
- Send or request money in the app’s new Send tab. Plus, tap on any recent purchase to conveniently split the bill with up to five friends at once.
- Store your loyalty cards, offers, and event tickets and boarding passes in the new Passes tab
- Easily manage the cards saved to your Google Account
As we can clearly see in the patch notes listed above, the new update for Google Pay comes with three powerful features. This is why we are advising all Google Pay fans to download the new update as soon as possible.
Since we presented the latest update for Google Pay, let’s also take a look at the top features that this native Android app has to offer.
- Add a credit or debit card from your bank or link your PayPal account in the app
• Make safe, secure mobile payments – your card details are encrypted before they’re shared with stores
• Speed through checkout at nearby stores and anywhere contactless payments are accepted
- Shop online without re-entering all of your payment information at checkout
• Pay fast in Android apps without adding a credit or debit card
• Keep payment info safe in your Google Account
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