Google Pay is officially launching in Germany ahead of both Samsung Pay and Apple Pay, with credit and debit cards supported by a quartet of banks.
Previewed early last month, the Google Pay Android app is now available as a free Play Store download in lieu of the old Android Pay digital wallet service.
The latest Tag Heuer Connected version is designed to comfortably fit the "smallest wrists" while featuring a super-premium design and very nice overall specs.
Google Pay is the new name for a long overdue combination of the search giant's multiple payment platforms, including Google Wallet and Android Pay.
After recently debuting in Ukraine, Android Pay follows Samsung Pay in Brazil while beating both Samsung and Apple Pay to the punch in Czech Republic.
The MTA will work to convert every turnstile and bus over to a new NFC-based admissions system, saving people time at vending machines and at turnstiles.
Android Pay, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay users or those with the Wells Fargo Wallet app can simply tap into an ATM, enter their PIN and withdraw.
Samsung Pay could deal Android Pay a heavy blow and also make it difficult for Apple Pay to lead the market with support for other OEMs' phones.
If using your PayPal balance feels more convenient than tapping into your credit or debit card, Samsung Pay now supports the option, just like Android Pay.
Moving money by wire is still a shunt job for most, but the turning tide of connected users have one more option to fund remittance transactions.
LG Pay is more than a little late to the digital wallet platform party, not to mention largely unremarkable and targeted at a tiny audience for starters.
Android Pay is already officially available in three of the five markets Google touted at I/O just a couple of weeks back.
It's a neck and neck race between Apple Pay and Android Pay as each try to load up their financial ecosystem. Banks are posing a challenge to both.
After tickles and teases of Android Pay, Canada may just as well have the whole kit and kaboodle by the end of the month.
The process to set up (if you're allowed to set it up at this early stage of the roll-out) is easy. The reality of using PayPal with Android Pay may not be.
Google is officially launching Android Pay in Russia after both Samsung Pay and Apple Pay, but at least the local banking support is robust.
Sending money from your Android phone or Google Home to people you know and trust will soon be as easy as saying "OK, Google."
From 10 to 15 countries around the world, Android Pay looks set for a pretty robust expansion effort over the next few months.
One of the world's leading online payments processors has finally paired up with Google to bring tap-and-pay action to, say, Venmo parallel users.
Not only can you add Bank of America, BNZ, Discover, mBank and USAA cards to Android Pay, you don't even need the Android Pay app for it.
Huawei Australia told a domestic outlet that the Android Wear 2.0 update would bring Android Pay to the original Huawei Watch. Huawei US? Not so.
Taiwan is the latest country to warmly embrace Apple Pay across a number of bigger and smaller banks, as well as plenty of important retailers.
The update that rolled out earlier this week appeared to break an API that checked the status of the Nexus 6's bootloader, a key factor for Android Pay use.