What is Google Pay?
The new Google Pay is only available to some people right now but will be more widely available soon. If you're on the old version, some help articles may be slightly inaccurate.
Google Pay brings together all the ways you can pay with Google.
Enter your card information once and use it to:
- Make purchases in stores using your phone. (See country and device availability.)
- Buy items in apps and on websites. (See country availability.)
- Buy Google products.
- Send money to friends and family (US/UK only).
You can also use your gift cards, loyalty cards, tickets, and coupons with Google Pay when you shop at your favorite stores.
Start using Google Pay
Sign in to pay.google.com to start using Google Pay on your computer.
You can also download the app.
Google Pay frequently asked questions
If you were using pay.google.com before, you might notice things look different. To get started sending money, on the left side click Send or request money.
No. Any credit, debit, bank accounts, or other payment methods you added to Google Pay or Google Pay Send will automatically show up in Google Pay. If you used a payment method to buy a Google product or service (like an app or movie on Google Play or storage space for Google Drive), you’ll see it in Google Pay.
Here’s how to add a new card to Google Pay.
The security measures protecting your info won’t change with the new app. You can read about security for Google Pay here.
You can find most of your Google Pay transaction info on pay.google.com. You can find payments you made in stores in the app.
Certain Google Pay features are available in certain countries. Check back as we continue to expand to new places.
Your payment information is linked to your Google Account when you:
- Buy a Google product or service (like an app or movie on Google Play or a subscription to YouTube Red).
- Add cards to Google Pay or Chrome.
For more information on which payment information you have on file with Google, check pay.google.com.