Google silently adds compatible banks and credit unions to an updated list of Android Pay supporters it keeps on a support page. Recently, the search giant added quite a few as compatible in the United States.
Google’s supported list of Android Pay banks and credit unions has grown out to a whopping 1,196. This total factors in the latest addition of 80 banks and credit unions. Some of the joiners may be familiar to you, and others quit frankly I’ve never heard of before. You have to figure most of the big names are on board by now. Anyways, if you use any bank or credit union listed at the source link, it means Android Pay accepts it. Just download the app from Google’s Play Store on your phone, make sure that you have NFC and a version of Android that’s KitKat or later, follow the on-screen prompts and you’ll be ready to pay.
We should note for those of you who followed our CES 2018 coverage that the company’s help pages have not yet reflected the name change to Google Pay from Android Pay. Google said that changes will roll out over the next few months.
To find out if your bank or card works with Android Pay, hit the link below in brackets to see the full list.
SOURCE [Google Support]