Google Pay is a digital wallet made by Google to support in-app, online, and in-person contactless purchases via mobile devices. It lets Android users make payments with their smartphones, smartwatches, or tablets.
The Google Pay app centralizes the various ways consumers can pay with Google.
Once users enter their card information it’s stored for future purchases, making it easier to pay for their next order. This is also known as payment tokenization. Payment information is securely transferred from the cardholder to us, so we can authorize and complete the payment.
Once card information is saved, shoppers use it to:
- Tap and pay
- Make purchases in apps and on websites
- Automatically fill in forms on Chrome
- Buy Google products
- Transfer money to family and friends (US only)
Google Pay users can also use loyalty cards, tickets, gift cards, and coupons from their favorite stores with Google Pay.