Pay with Google launched as integrated e-commerce tool
Unveiled in May, the Google Payment API lets people pay in app or online with any verified credit or debit card without having to enter their details – instead they just pick their card and enter a security code or authenticate with their device.
So far, only a handful of companies around the world – including Doordash, Postmates and StubHub – have integrated the Pay with Google feature, which requires developers to add just a few lines of code.
Soon, Americans will also be able to send and receive payments via the Google Assistant, enabling people to tell their phone or Google Home device: “Ok Google, send $10 to Jane for pizza.”
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