Google Pay, Google’s own Digital Payments service is now expanding and available on more platforms. The service is now available for more browsers and iOS platforms. Up until now, Google Pay was only accessible through Google’s own Chrome browser and Android platform. Now, the service will be available to explore from any of your web browser including the iOS devices.
Google Pay is a combined version of Android Pay and Google Wallet which was launched in the January month of this current year. With Google Pay, you can make use of Android Pay and Google Wallet applications from one single app. You don’t have to install two separate apps by now, Google Pay combined both the apps.
As per the official announcement, Google Pay is now compatible to work on more web browsers. Desktop and iOS platforms are being added to the list of its availability. The saved cards and other data of your profile will be synced to other platform and you don’t need to add them again and again.
As per their official announcement, “We’re starting to roll out Google Pay on the web from desktop and iOS — which means you’ll start seeing it when you’re shopping on browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox, no matter your device.”
Until now, Google Pay was not convenient as there are users who use Android and iOS devices together or what if they want to make payments on the desktop using other web browser? To offer a hassle-free service to its users, the giant has decided to expand the support of this application or we can say this particular service to more platforms.
According to Google, with the roll out of Google Pay on the web, the service will be available and will work on popular web browsers such as Chrome, Firefox and Safari.
If you save your credit card or debit card on the desktop, you would be able to use it through your mobile’s browsers too. You don’t need to add them again as it will sync with all the platforms. No matter whether you are an iPhone user or a desktop user, Google Pay will be more convenient to you and you will be able to make transactions more quickly and hassle-free.
Even if it’s availability and support for more platforms, it would offer much familiar user interface to Android platform rather than the iOS platform. Being a Google product, the Google Pay service would offer a different experience to Android users as Apple has their own Apple Pay digital payment service. We hope the iOS users will also join the Google Pay’s service to make digital payments in future.