About Google Pay

 

Google Pay is a way for merchants to accept quick and easy mobile payments for physical goods and services.

Customers add e-money to Google Pay. When they use Google Pay to make a purchase, the buying process is faster and easier, all with a simple tap of their device in stores.

Google Pay is a way for merchants to accept quick and easy mobile payments for physical goods and services everywhere you do business, including in stores and in your mobile app. 

Customers add credit and debit cards to Google Pay. When they use Google Pay to make a purchase, the buying process is faster and easier than ever for you both because Google Pay passes customer details to you, all with a simple tap of their device in stores or the tap of a button in your mobile app. 

Google Pay is a way for merchants to accept quick and easy mobile payments for physical goods and services. 

Customers add credit and debit cards to Google Pay. When they use Google Pay to make a purchase, the buying process is faster and easier than ever for you both because Google Pay passes customer details to you, all with a simple tap of their device in stores. 

Accept Google Pay in stores

When customers buy in stores with Google Pay, they tell the cashier which e-money they want to use and place their mobile device near your contactless near field communication (NFC) point-of-sale terminal.

Accept Google Pay in stores

Customers must "wake" their device in order to tap and pay. For some large purchases, they will be required to unlock their device as well. Google Pay processes their transaction using credit and debit cards they’ve previously added to Google Pay. Google Pay does all the heavy lifting and users don’t even need to open the app — they simply tap and pay.

Accept Google Pay in stores

When customers buy in stores with Google Pay, they simply unlock their mobile device and place it near your contactless near field communication (NFC) point-of-sale terminal. Google Pay processes their transaction using credit and debit cards they’ve previously added to Google Pay. Google Pay does all the heavy lifting and users don’t even need to open the app — they simply tap and pay.

After their purchase is complete, customers see a payment confirmation on the point-of-sale terminal and get transaction details directly on their mobile device. 

Accept payments in your Android mobile app

You can now integrate the Google Payment API to let customers easily checkout in your app and on your website. When you integrate with the Google Payment API, customers can pay you with any credit or debit card in their Google Account, including cards saved to Google Pay.

Visit the Google Payment Developer site to learn more about integrating with the Google Payment API into your app.

Enable loyalty, gift cards, and offers with Save to Google Pay

After you’ve integrated with Google Pay, use the Save to Google Pay API to let customers digitize and securely store your loyalty cards, gift cards, and offers in the Google Pay app. Once your cards are saved to Google Pay, customers easily redeem them in your stores to help them save more - which mean they should also stop in more, buy more, and, ultimately, spend more.

The Save to Google Pay API helps you invite customers to visit more often, gives them a more rewarding experience when they do, and it’s all just a click away on their mobile device.

Use the Save to Google Pay API to let customers digitize and securely store your loyalty cards, gift cards, and offers in the Google Pay app. Once your cards are saved to Google Pay, customers easily redeem them in your stores to help them save more - which mean they should also stop in more, buy more, and, ultimately, spend more.

The Save to Google Pay API helps you invite customers to visit more often, gives them a more rewarding experience when they do, and it’s all just a click away on their mobile device.

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