Quite unexpectedly, Google announced the termination of the existence of a branded payment service called Android Pay, which was launched in late 2015. As owners of Android-devices will now pay for purchases – read further.
As it became known, the search giant decided to combine its payment services Android Pay and Google Wallet in Google Pay.
Users should not notice any changes in the work of the service other than rebranding. At the moment, the Android Pay logo has been replaced by G Pay only in some applications, such as Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse and Instacart.
In a statement, Google insists that changing the name of Android Pay to Google Pay is only the first step in the path of important changes. Perhaps the rejection of the word Android may indicate that the service will appear outside the “green robot”. It is possible that Google Pay will work in Chrome OS or Chrome browser.