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TechCrunch – The new Android Pay feature will allow Android users to pay with their phones and tablets with an app, which will be a major departure from the current way of paying in the company’s online payment service.
The feature will launch on July 18, the company announced.
That’s five months after it launched Android Pay on Google’s mobile operating system.
Google is also rolling out a new feature called “Android Pay on your Android” which will allow users to make payments in their own apps and on a website.
Android Pay is also getting support for more payments including debit and credit cards, a new payment method, and more.
The news is significant for Google, which is working on making Android Pay work across its own apps.
It’s also a major milestone for Google Pay, which has been plagued by bugs and delays.
For example, some customers were not able to use the feature to pay for groceries when it launched in the US in July.
The new feature will work in both Android Pay and Google Wallet, Google’s online payments service.
You’ll be able to make and receive Android Pay payments with Google Wallet and pay using a Google Wallet PIN, which can be used to make Android Pay purchases.
For users who want to make their own payments on their phones or tablets, Google Wallet will let them do that.
Google is also adding support for NFC payments to Android Pay, the first major step in the process of bringing NFC payments and Android Pay to all Android phones and phones with Android Wear devices.
NFC payments work by tapping a button on a phone or tablet, like the “NFC” symbol on the Google Watch or Google Home.
When a user taps the NFC button, it lets Google Pay and other NFC-enabled apps and services know it’s ready to make a payment.
Google Pay will allow payments from Android Wear and Google Watch apps and will let users make and send NFC payments in Google Wallet apps.
The company will also be adding support to other Android Pay features in the near future.
Google Wallet can now make payments to merchants using the Google Wallet mobile app.
It will also allow users make Android Wear purchases with Google Pay using their Android Wear device.
Google Wallet will also support payment by email, and Android Wallet will eventually allow merchants to accept credit cards from any of its customers.
For the time being, Google Pay is the only way for Android users and Android Wear users to receive Android payments from Google.
Google plans to make that support available on its own services in the coming weeks.