‘Pay With Google’ Is Here As Promised By Google, Know How It Works
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Avoid ‘lengthy details’ filling forms while purchasing online

google published date 23rd October, 2017 James Lawson

Pay with Google

Google finally launched its ‘Pay with Google’ API to streamline and speed up the payment or checkout process on the Android devices. By keeping its May promise,  the company enrolled the payment mode for the users to make online shopping less of a hassle.

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With the help of new feature, users can choose any of their debit or credit card details that they have previously given to Google while logging any of the products such as YouTube, Android Play, Chrome or Google Play. The feature will use the card details for check out process with a few clicks and you can verify the purchase with a security code or your Android device. This way, you can avoid the bothering process of filling the card details at the payment gateway on the merchant’s website or in-app payment forms. Rather, use the ‘Pay with Google’ and let the Google send all the card details and shipping address to the merchant from your account.

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However, the features are available at 15 places right now including the Dice, iFood, and Airbnb, and much more places listed as ‘coming soon’. According to the search giant, the new payment API from the company doesn't charge any transaction fee on the payment process and requires few line codes to implement by the developers. Google made available the ‘Pay with Google’ API to the developers back in May at I/O developer conference. The feature can be used on the Android devices and Chrome browsers at the listed places.

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James Lawson

James Lawson

James is a writer and editor at MobileAppDaily and he is famous as a tech journalist at MobileAppDaily. He focuses on the mobile app startups & ventures and brings them to the light. He has started his career as a tech writer 6 years ago just after completing his degree in Broadcast and Digital Journalism.

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