Google launches Google Pay app, a rebranded version of Android Pay

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Every year, Google launches major new software for its Android devices at the Google I/O.

"Today, we're bringing together all the different ways to pay with Google, including Android Pay and Google Wallet, into a single brand: Google Pay", Mr Chen explained.

The new service is created to work across all of Google's products, not just Android, meaning we should start to see it as a payment option on desktop websites and Google Assistant soon. You can also pay transit fare with Google Pay in certain cities, and you can choose Google Pay at checkout rather than filling out payment forms.

Once you open the app, sign in with your Google account, and enable notification access, you'll get a quick rundown of all the features Reply has to offer. And the Cards tab provides a hub for information about all of a user's credit and debit cards, active gift cards, and loyalty programs. It also shows nearby stores that support Android Pay, as if that's your prime criteria for shopping.

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To do this, open Android's Settings app, tap Security and check the box next to Unknown Sources, which allows you to install apps from places other than the Google Play Store.

Google says the application can likewise be utilized as a part of travel in urban communities, for example, Kiev, London, and Portland and there will be one more expansion to this. For example, users in the U.S. or United Kingdom should be able to send and request money in the next few months. While we are still secretly rooting for Peppermint to be the official name, the great thing is that we've seen a lot of new features and details about the new Android version.

Currently, the Google Reply Beta app can only suggest a reply to some of the conditions like when you are in a vehicle, biking or running.

The method will be implemented by tracking the app's User IDs (UID) that are assigned to each application, when it is installed on the device. Hopefully, Android P will make this system better - when app permissions are usually a one-time deal and you can't do anything to prevent that app from abusing said permission. Even better, you can use GPay across all of your devices and many Google products.