Google Pay will no longer be a feature on Contacts for Android

Some changes may be soon noticed on Google Pay. Actually, the change may be seen first on Google Contacts for Android as the ability to send payment will soon be removed from the normal functions. Contacts is a default app on any Android device. Google is said to be releasing an update that will bring […]

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Google may be launching a branded smart debit card

While mobile payment platforms seem to be the way to go for a lot of OEMs, there may still be a need for physical cards for a wider variety of purchases. It looks like Google is exploring this particular kind of payment as images have leaked of a Google-branded smart debit card. It will probably […]

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March security update for Pixel 4 on AT&T paused due to Google Pay issues

If you’re seeing other Pixel 4 users receiving their March security update but you haven’t yet, you are probably on the AT&T network. Google has apparently pulled the update specifically for the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL users on the said network. While there’s no official word as to why this has happened, user […]

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Pixel devices on Android 10 start getting Google Pay in power menu

Google previously revealed that they will be bringing a redesigned power menu with Android 11. Early news is that it will have smart home controls and NFC payments. But it looks like they might be testing part of that out with the Android 10 already. Some Pixel users that are already running that version have […]

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Google Pay loses transit passes once mobile app is uninstalled

Before Google gets into the finance business, allow us to rediscover Google Pay first. We haven’t featured the mobile payment service in a while. The last time was information about Cubit transport cards adding Google Pay support soon. We’re always been careful with Google Pay because the mobile payment service involves money, therefore, it must […]

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Google Pay adds biometric facial recognition support for Pixel 4

Google’s very own mobile payment service was first launched in the year 2015. It’s been over four years but it has since received a number of updates. Perhaps the biggest of which was the major rebranding last year when the tech giant decided to integrate all payment services into one and called it Google Pay. […]

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Cubit transport cards to add Google Pay support soon

If you live in San Francisco where the Clipper Cards are used for transportation, we have good news for you. Cubit Transportation System announced that their transit cards will soon be supporting the Google Pay mobile payment platform. This means that you’ll eventually have to just tap your phone on the train turnstile as you […]

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