About Google Wallet

Google Wallet is a free service that lets you securely store your payment information, transaction history, offers and more. Everything's synced to the cloud -- giving you one wallet on any device you use, for in-store and online shopping. You can access your Wallet by downloading the Google Wallet mobile app from Google Play or the Apple app store, or on the desktop site at wallet.google.com.

Google Wallet mobile app

The Wallet app turns your mobile phone into your virtual wallet, so you can use it to check out at establishments that accept Google Wallet. You can pay quickly and save just by tapping your phone at the point of sale, using virtual versions of your credit cards, loyalty cards, and Google Offers.

Please note that this service is only available on eligible devices to users in the US. To find out more, get started with the Google Wallet mobile app.

Google Wallet online

Google Wallet lets you securely store your payment information in your Google Account, so you don't have to enter your billing and shipping details each time you shop online. Sign in and quickly pay when you make purchases from online merchants that accept Google Wallet, or Android apps.

You can enable Wallet as your default form of payment at participating sites when you browse the web on Google Chrome. You can also send and receive money on the web, or through Gmail, to anyone in the US with a Wallet account.

Google Wallet is available in many countries, find out if it's available in yours.

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