Pay on an app or website

When you shop online or in apps like Uber and Airbnb, you can pay faster using your credit card securely stored in Google Pay. With Google Pay, you don’t have to enter your card info every time.

When you can use Google Pay

When you see this button at checkout, you can use Google Pay:

If you see any old logos (like Google Wallet, Buy with Android Pay, or Pay with Google), you'll still be able to pay.

See the "Buy with Android Pay" button in third-party apps

Check out with Google Pay

  1. At checkout, tap the Google Pay button.
  2. If asked, choose a payment method and enter your shipping address.
  3. Confirm your order.

Add or change a card in Google Pay

Learn how to add a payment method or edit a payment method.

Remove Google Pay from an app or site

If you no longer want to use Google Pay to make purchases on an app or site, disconnect it:

  1. Go to your list of connected apps and sites.
  2. Click the app or site you no longer want to use with Google Pay.
  3. Click Remove access.

Remove Google Pay from an app or site

  1. On your phone, open the Settings app Settings app.
  2. Tap Google and then Connected apps.
  3. Tap the service you no longer want to use with Google Pay.
  4. Tap Disconnect.

Get a refund for an order

Contact the merchant directly to request a refund.


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