Google seems to have partnered up with Starbucks for a limited time offer. If you live in the UK, using Android Pay at your local Starbucks for a Frappuccino will earn you an additional Frappuccino free of charge. That’s right, get two for the price of one!
Google has created a new page on their Android website to get more people onboard with Android Pay. It’s called ‘promotions’ and involves discounts and coupons users can claim for using Android Pay.
Samsung made a successful entry into the world of mobile transactions with Samsung Pay and it’s going one step further with its latest venture. The company recently introduced Samsung Pay Mini, an online shopping app that will launch in Q1 of this year for Korean Android users, including those without Samsung devices.
Two weeks ago, Google Pay for web received a revamp with a refreshed design. More recently, the mobile app was treated to a major update with loads of new features that improve the end-user experience in many ways.
Our July Droid Turf Connect+ live chat session will take place on Friday, July 13 beginning at 12:30AM Eastern Daylight Time. This is a great chance to chat with a Droid Turf contributor one-on-one.
Google Pay started rolling out for web back in May. The service is receiving its first update as of this week, unlike the mobile app available on Android that is always getting better. The update consists of some redesign with new material design as seen in other Google apps and services. Everything is more rounded, which shouldn’t be surprising, and the experience is more consumer-friendly.
Google Pay has gained support many have been wanting to see since the early days of Android Pay. Google’s payment service present on most Android smartphones with built-in NFC, now supports PayPal Mastercards thanks to Synchrony. Here’s what you need to know.
Earlier this year, Android Pay was re-branded as Google Pay. This was one of many re-brands Google had done earlier in the year, and when first announced, we were told the change would be rolled out over the coming months across all platforms. The Android Pay app had been completely revamped with Google Pay everywhere and a new layout encompassing Chrome payment information, new features, and everything in the Android Pay app. It took some time, but the name change is finally [Read More]