At Google I/O Google introduced Android Pay, the companies newest mobile payment system. It appears as though the company is also set to test yet another payment option, Hands Free. This new payment system will be tested out later this year, starting in the San Francisco Bay Area. To start, Google has partnered with Papa Johns and McDonalds in the test areas to see how the service does.
Before Android Pay, Google offered payment options through Google Wallet, which they aren't killing off entirely, and now here comes Hands Free. Why exactly the company needs to have three payment methods is beyond us, but choice is always a good thing.
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