Google Pay has now expanded its services. Google Pay users residing in India and Singapore can now receive payment from the USA users. Google pay see around $700 billion worth of payment every year and with this new expansion, it’ll see more.Read More
Caesar Sengupta, who worked as Vice President and General Manager of payments and the Next Billion Users initiative at Google has resigned from the company. Sengupta has been leading Google’s efforts in payments and building products for the next lot of internet users has called it quits with the company. He worked with the company for about 15 years and now he has resigned to start a new venture. Read More
“A new way to bank in Google Pay.” Google grandly announces Plex accounts. Google Plex will span over options from banks and credit unions including checking and saving accounts. The just-arrived new Google Pay app is available for both iOS and Android users. Once the app has been set up, through an info screen, users are welcomed with a greeting “Banking meets Google.” Read More
Eight banks in the US, including BBVA and BMO, have declared their partnership with Google to extend digital-first bank accounts directly in the Google Pay app.
“The financial side of these accounts will be managed by the partner banks and Google will provide the front-end, intuitive user experiences and financial insights,” BBVA explained.
According to another partner bank BMO, “The Google Pay app will offer built-in budgeting tools and ‘financial insights’ exclusive to Google’s digital bank accounts. Unfortunately, we still have a bit of waiting to do, as these accounts and their exclusive Google Pay features don’t launch until sometime next year.” Read More
In India, it’s Google and PhonePe that are hustling in a dead heat to be the top player in the versatile instalments showcase, while Facebook stays buried in an administrative labyrinth for WhatsApp Pay’s rollout. An approximate of 75 million clients executed on Google Pay application, in front of PhonePe’s 60 million clients in the month of May. Google despite everything slacks Paytm’s range with dealers, however, the Android – producer has kept up its general lead as of late in spite of each player losing energy because of one of the most rigid lockdowns all-around set up in India. Read More
After having immense success with Google Pay, Google seems to have been reportedly working on a smart debit card that could potentially leverage its prosperity in the financial field. It can be fair to say that Google also plans to join the ranks of Apple and Huawei, who have launched their own physical payments card as well. The Google smart debit card allows users to make transactions through the physical card or through a virtual portal which is most likely going to be Google Pay. Read More
Google is testing a new functionality on the Google Pay App where the person can send gold as a gift to their near and dear ones. This comes after Google had added the gold buying and selling option back in April for all the Google Pay users. The gold gifting features is now available in the v48.0.001_RC03 version of the App, which is not yet live and is currently only in the development stages. Read More
Google Pay has become one of the prominent payment service in recent times competing with Apple Pay in the US and Paytm in India. The company has now made sending money even easier by adding biometric verification where you can use fingerprint or facial recognition in addition to the existing PIN facility. Read More
Google Pay opened up to the Indian users back in 2017 with its Tez payment App and since then it has been used by lakhs of people in the country for bill payments and money transfers. The company is now launching a job search platform which will work alongside the payment services in the Google Pay App itself. Read More
Digitized payments are revolutionizing the way payments are made online and it is giving people an upper-hand in sending or receiving money without wasting any time. Among these Apps, Google Pay is fantastic and includes really unique features that may not be available on other payment Apps. Whether you need to pay your bills or just want to help out a friend, Google Pay is your best companion. Here’s our list of the five best features of Google Pay: Read More