Google today announced it’s combining Android Pay and Google Wallet into one service called Google Pay. It’s about time. For those not familiar, Google has had something of a rocky journey with digital payments. Originally, Google Wallet was the app of choice for NFC payments at stores, until the company introduced Android Pay in 2015. At that point, Google Wallet became a Venmo-like money-sending app, while Android Pay took on NFC payments. The apps had virtually no interoperability, and it was all needlessly complicated. Now you’ll be able to handle in-store payments, online transactions, and money transfers all from one… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Android,Google
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