Meanwhile Google has also rebranded the Google Wallet app as Google Pay Send and updated the design in line with the rest of Google Pay. They are also working on incorporating Google Pay with Chrome and Google Assistant, but that will probably be further down the road.
There's a Cards tab as well which keeps everything a user needs at checkout organised and ready. It is also launching a redesign of the Google Wallet app, which will now be called Google Pay Send.
Google's Android services are slowly moving away from the use of Android in the name, and that change has now arrived for Android Pay. which is now Google Pay (or G Pay). Instead, the service has now become Google Pay Send in order to maintain the unified brand identity.
According to TechCrunch, the team at Google "wanted to make it extremely easy" for people to use Google Pay "to pay for goods online and in the real world". This tab will house a user's credit and debit cards, loyalty programs, offers, and even gift cards. But the search giant muddied the waters by keeping Google Wallet around, albeit with reduced functionality - it only supported peer-to-peer payments between users in the United States and UK, a la PayPal's Venmo. Google Pay now works at all the locations where Android Pay was available.
Google Pay can be used on transit in cities such as Kiev, London, and Portland (with more coming soon).
Google said it will make the feature "consistent" across all Google products like Chrome and Google Play.
Google Pay has two areas.
Google announced these plans last month and now, Google Pay is available on Google Play in multiple markets worldwide. For the business owners, Google is working with Shopify for making integrations easier.
Google invites developers to work with processor partners and to get hold of the needed tools from its developer site.