With a sleek and simple UI, Google Wallet is a streamlined service for making online and offline payments and sending money to friends. It also works seamlessly with Google Play, Google Drive and YouTube.
Get security on the go
Your actual card number isn’t shared with the merchant when you use Android Pay. Instead, a virtual account number is used so that your card details stay safe. After paying, you’ll receive transaction details to help you keep track of your spending activity.
To best protect your info, Android Pay isn’t supported on rooted devices. This is because Google can’t verify that the Android security model is intact on a rooted device.
Earn rewards and save
You can use Android Pay to store gift cards, loyalty cards, and offers. When using credit and debit cards from participating banks with Android Pay, you’ll earn the same points and rewards that you do when swiping those cards.
Add a card to Google Wallet. When you’re out shopping, all you have to do is hold your phone near the contactless reader at the checkout. You can also digitize your gift cards and track their balances.
There’s loads of ways to pay online too, including any websites with the “Buy with Google” button. Apart from your credit/debit card, you can also use your Wallet Balance and Google Wallet Card to pay.
Unlike Apple Pay, Google Wallet also lets you send money to, or request money from, your friends. All you need is the recipient’s email address to set up a bank transfer or withdraw from your Wallet Balance.
As you would hope, there’s lots of security features in place, including: fraud monitoring (arguably better than Apple Pay), PIN authorization for purchases and remote-locking if your device is stolen or lost.
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- Android: 4.4 and up
- Version: V1.2
- Size: 5.9MB
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