It’s Google Play Weekly! This week we saw game play video of the Angry Birds RPG, Play Services 4.3, tap-to-pay changes, and 5 Android apps you can’t miss!
Have you ordered your Google Wallet physical card yet? If you having been using the Wallet tap and pay feature on an Android 4.3 or older device, now might be the time to order up that card. Google has announced that Wallet tap and pay functionality will be turned off for all Android 4.3 and older devices starting April 14, 2014.
Google Wallet is getting a pretty useful update today, bringing us “Orders”, a way to track and view both past and current online orders.
Visa and MasterCard are pushing mobile payments using HCE. In Europe it is a natural step from the existing contactless payments systems but in the US it is a big jump from the traditional swipe and sign system currently in use. Here is run down of some of the things you should know about Android, NFC and Host Card Emulation.
Visa and MasterCard will soon make mobile payments easier, and finally accessible, for some Android users thanks to a feature built into KitKat. Read on for more!
This week was busy week for Google as nearly half a dozen Google apps got updated. There were big Play Store changes and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
Earlier today Google Wallet received a new update that enables tap & pay support for all KitKat devices. Additionally the update now allows you to add credit and debit cards just by taking a picture of them.
If a new rumor is to be believed, the Nexus 5’s NFC chip will not support Google Wallet as we know it. Does this mean things are about to change? Keep reading for more details!
Google extends the availability of Wallet to all devices in the US running Android 2.3 and higher, but NFC payment remains limited.
This week’s edition will focus on the technology that was labelled “the next big thing” a few years ago. It’s time to talk NFC.