Android Pay reaches Singapore


The list of countries in support of Android Pay is expanding to include Singapore.

Google is constantly working to bring Android Pay compatibility to more countries around the world. Android Pay is their mobile payment system allowing anyone with a compatible Android-powered phone and NFC to pay at enabled-terminals using nothing but their phone.

Tech companies are trying harder than ever to replace the wallet, which has been a convenient place for all your credit, debit and loyalty cards in the past. More each and every day are switching to mobile wallets because they’re more secure and easier to use. Simply add your supported cards to the app, verify them, and off you go! No need to carry anything but your phone.

Android Pay now works in the country of Singapore, following the US and UK. Google plans to bring Android compatibility to more places including Australia later in the year. In the meantime, you can download the Android Pay app here.

SOURCE [Google on Twitter]

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