Google is rolling out Android Pay which was shown at Google I/O 2015. It is new payment method from Google, in it NFC will be used to make payments.
On similar notes Samsung and Apple has also introduced Samsung Pay And Apple Pay. Android Pay will gradually hit all compatible devices over the next few days and it’s accepted at more than 1 million locations across the US, including Toys ‘R’ Us, GameStop, Panera, Walgreens, Macy’s, Subway and Whole Foods.
Android Pay works with all NFC-enabled Android devices (running KitKat 4.4+), on any mobile carrier, at every tap and pay ready location across the US. Android Pay will support credit and debit cards from the four major payment networks: American Express, Discover, MasterCard and Visa.
We know how important it is to keep your personal and financial information secure, so Android Pay is supported by industry standard tokenization. This means your real credit or debit card number isn’t sent with your payment.
If you are using Google Wallet then you can update your existing app to Android Pay.
Here’s video depiction of the Android Pay: