Google’s latest earnings report is out, and it’s more of the same: rapid revenue growth, fueled by mobile advertising. Google has made some big moves in recent years to counter Facebook on mobile devices. Google bought the navigation app Waze in 2013, followed by YouTube in 2014. Now users can also use Google Pay for all their purchases. today we discuss about the How to use Google Pay in simple method.
Google Pay is how you use the cards stored in your Google Account to pay for purchases online, in stores using NFC terminals, and within participating apps.
If you’re ready to start paying with your phone, this is how it works:
Install the app from Google Play : Tap “Get” > “Install.” Open the Google Pay app. If necessary, enter a current password for that account and follow the prompts to verify it’s really you making these changes . You can also add a new card now if you don’t have any saved yet…
…Or open the main menu by tapping “hamburger” > “Add a card.” Then tap “Scan contactless payment card,” or just manually type in all those numbers and letters on the front of your card. Follow the prompts to finish adding your card.
Your Google Pay app is now set up and ready for use. To make a payment in a store, just unlock your phone and hold it near the NFC terminal. If you’re using the app within an app, look for the Google Pay logo or the word “Pay” at checkout.
You can also pay with Google Pay online by selecting it as your payment method on websites that accept Visa Checkout. And soon you’ll be able to use Google Pay for transit in participating cities.
Google Pay Accepted Payments
Google Pay is accepted pretty much anywhere contactless payments are accepted, so you can leave your physical wallet at home. Just make sure your phone has enough battery life to get you through the day.
When you add a card to Google Pay, your information is stored securely in a “cloud-based system,” which should help reduce how many times you have to enter it at checkout. You can also remotely lock or erase any of your cards from the app, so if they’re ever lost or stolen, it’s easy to protect yourself.
Google says you’ll continue to earn rewards and protections like cashback with most purchases, but that these perks are determined by how the payment network processes each transaction, not how Google Pay does (FYI: Most issuers don’t yet support these new cloud-based credit card accounts). For this reason, don’t expect any special treatment on store-specific cards like Starbucks Rewards.
Google Pay is a great way to keep track of all your expenses in one place, and it’s more secure than using your physical card. Plus, you can use it without having to worry about running out of battery life. Give it a try today!
So there you have it: how to use Google Pay. It’s a fast, easy, and secure way to pay for the things you need. And with Google’s rapid revenue growth, don’t be surprised if this becomes the payment method of choice for more and more people in the years to come. Enjoy!
Google Pay is the simple, secure way to pay online, in stores, and more.
With Google Pay, you can:
- Store your credit or debit card information securely
- Use your phone to make payments in stores or online- Send money to friends and family instantly- Check out faster with saved addresses and payment methods
Get started with Google Pay today!