Android Pay App
Nowadays money carrying is perilous. There are lots of chances of losing it or being snatched. We sometimes also forget to take when to go out for shopping. So in view all cases we need another system. Debit cards were introduced, but it has the same problems. Today the thing most of the people not forget is the mobile phone. Whenever or where ever they move carry the phone along with them. So Google develops an Android Pay App. Android Pay is an app that is accessible on Android phones. You can do shopping anytime anywhere with your phone.
How you want to do shopping??
1-Pick your credit card insert into machine gets the receipt.
2-Just tap and done with your phone
I think second way is very easy. It provides many benefits as well. We tell you how it works.
Layers of Security:
1. Your card info stays safe
2. Keep track of your purchases
3. Peace of mind when you lose your phone
Your card info stays safe:
When you shop at a vendor, Android Pay App doesn’t send your real credit or check card number with your installment. Rather we utilize a virtual record number to speak to your file data — so your card subtle elements stay safe.
Keep track of your purchases:
When you make a buy, you’ll see an installment affirmation that shows you precisely where a given exchange happened, alongside the trader’s name and number. So it’s anything but difficult to get any suspicious movement.
Peace of mind when you lose your phone:
No all the more quickly wiping out your charge cards. On the off chance that your telephone is ever lost or stolen, you can utilize Android Device Manager to in a split second bolt your gadget from anyplace, secure it with another secret word, even wipe it clean of your data.
Android Pay App used in
Bank of America, Barclaycard, BB&T, American Express, BMO Harris Bank, Cabela’s Club, BBVA(Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria) Compass, Capital One, Chase, Citi, Commerce Bank, Fifth Third Bank, First Premier Bank, Huntington, KeyBank, M&T Bank, PENFED Credit Union, Navy Federal Credit Union, PNC, First National Bank, Regions, SunTrust, TCF Banks, TD Bank, USAA, U.S. Bank, Wells Fargo and Western Union
GameStop, Macy’s, Bloomingdales, Best Buy, American Eagle Outfitters, Aeropostale, Office Depot, Jamba Juice, McDonald’s, Panera Bread, Petco, jetBlue, Toys-R-Us, Walgreens, Sports Authority, Whole Foods, Coca-Cola, and Pepsi. While Android Pay is acknowledged in applications like those from Dunking Donuts and Uber simply like Apple Pay, there are a couple of organizations that are not on Apple’s rundown. These incorporate Chipotle and Domino’s.
Android Pay is widely used mainly in the USA. Its total downloads are 128,255; its rating is 4 out of 5. People have great reviews about it.
August 15, 2016.
10,000,000 – 51,000,000
4.3 and up
Android Pay is not being used worldwide. But now in 2016 it will be used all over the world. Google is working on it and expanding their app.