Google, in all its infinite wisdom, is yet to come up with a single, unified platform for payments.
Following the footsteps of its arch-rival Apple, Google is all set to rebrand all of its payment portals (including Chrome autofill) under the Google Pay banner. At the core, Google Pay is simply a combination of Android Pay and Google Wallet.
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Currently, Google also gives many offers on the new Google Pay service payments, including at Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart, etc. Lastly, Instacart orders of at least $35 completed with Google Pay by January 16 score $10 markdowns.
For the time being, this is just a good old-fashioned rebranding operation for enhanced marketing cohesion purposes, but down the line, you can expect a lot "more" from Google Pay. Google says you'll see Google Pay online, in-store, and across Google products, as well as when you're paying friends. The new Google Pay will be available across all Google products, through vendors who accept it whether online or in store at physical locations, or even to move money between private individuals. Over the past couple of years this payment service reached the UK, Singapore, Hong Kong, Poland, Russia and Canada among many other countries. Have you noticed the Google Pay branding yet?