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.
In the two years that Google Wallet has been in existence, it has spent a lot of money but achieved only 10,000 downloads. So is Google Wallet nothing more than a money pit?
Samsung Wallet is now available for certain Galaxy devices in South Korea. A US beta is also out, competing against Apple Passbook and Google Wallet.
Yesterday, Google announced they would shutter the Checkouts program for online merchants. Instead, those online retailers who utilize Checkouts are urged to migrate to Google Wallet, which has made some recent improvements ahead of this announcement. Will it mean anything for consumers who make online purchases?
Users of the Sprint Galaxy S4, HTC One, and Galaxy Note 2 can now install and use the Google Wallet app. Get all the details in the rest of the article.
Today, Google announced a two major updates to their Wallet platform. Google Wallet now allows you to send money to your friends quickly and securely from Google Wallet or directly from Gmail. Whoever you’re sending money too doesn’t even need to have a Gmail account to receive money and it’s completely free if you’re sending money from your Wallet balance or if you’ve linked a
Google has started to role out a new version of its Google Wallet Merchant Center that addresses recent privacy concerns.