Google has confirmed plans to launch Android Pay in the UK within the next few months. MasterCard and Visa debit and credit cards from major participating establishments will be supported, including HSBC, RBS, Lloyds, MBNA and First Direct.
Android Pay is set to launch in the UK as Google steps up to compete against Apple's own contactless mobile payments platform. According to Industry sources, the company is expected to roll out Android Pay next month.
Signing up for a company's loyalty program can be great for getting free rewards, but remembering to use the card can be a pain. Using Android Pay, you will be able to get notifications whenever you are near a location where your loyalty program can be used.
You have downloaded Android Pay and now it is time to add all of those card in your wallet to Android Pay. In a matter of minutes, you will be able to add all of your credit, debit, gift, and loyalty cards into one secure application.
The 'Google Payments PIN' is annoying to use, but it won't be around for long. As Google gets more banks on board with support for Android Pay, everyone will have a better experience using the service.
If you have the choice, which mobile payment setup should you go with? We've given you a comprehensive look at the differences between Android Pay and Samsung Pay, but that doesn't necessarily answer the question of which you should use. Though both mobile payment solutions do many of the same basic things, there are several factors influencing which one you go with in the end. We're...
Well this is all pretty confusing, isn't it? If you have a Samsung phone in the U.S. chances are you have two new apps on your phone — Android Pay, and Samsung Pay. We're here to clarify the situation, explain the differences between these two payment platforms and help you choose which one to use and care about.