Android Pay payment service from Google earned in September and now has received a significant update. Now the service can process payments within applications. Instead of introducing information from a credit card, the user will simply click Android Pay and confirm data for a quick transaction.
According to Google Android Pay support in the coming months appear in a number of applications. Also planned international launch service. In the first half of 2016 it will be available in Australia.
Let’s remind, Android Pay was announced by Google in May at the developer conference, Google I / O 2015, simultaneously with the new generation of the operating system Android – 6.0 Marshmallow. Currently it is available for users in the United States. Android Pay works with devices based on the Android version of KitKat 4.4 or higher with support for NFC. The application on the mobile device stores data on credit and debit card, as well as gift and loyalty card. The dress can be, bringing the smartphone to a special NFC-terminal. For payment cards are supported by Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover on a number of popular banks and credit organizations in the US.