Google Pay App Review

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Google Pay is a fast, simple way to pay contactless or online. Plus, you can send money, store tickets, get rewards, and more.

Users like:

  • It’s more secure than using your card or cash
  • You can travel light without carrying a physical wallet
  • You can use it to make purchases in-store, within apps and online
  • You can use it on a large number of Android devices

Users don't like:

  • You need an eligible device — it doesn’t work on iPhones
  • Not all banks offer Google Pay yet

Why to choose/Best for:

  • Pay in stores with your Android phone
  • Pay on the web and in apps
  • Keep your information safe and secure
  • Send cash and split the bill
  • Access loyalty cards, offers, and more on your smartphone
  • Save event tickets, transit cards, and boarding passes
  • Manage your payment info online or in-app
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Google Pay FAQ

Google Pay FAQ

  • What is Google Pay?

    Google Pay brings together all the ways you can pay with Google.

    Enter your card information once and use it to:

    • Tap and pay to make purchases with your phone
    • Buy items in apps and on websites
    • Fill in forms automatically on Chrome
    • Buy Google products
    • Send money to friends and family

    You can also use your gift cards, loyalty cards, tickets, and coupons with Google Pay when you shop at your favorite stores

    Note: Google Pay is not used for Google business products like AdWords, Cloud, or GSuite.

  • Require a Google PIN or fingerprint to send money

    You can set up a Google PIN to make Google Pay more secure. After you add a PIN, you can set up a fingerprint scan or FaceID (iOS devices).

    Why use a Google PIN?

    Setting up a Google PIN makes Google Pay more secure by asking for a code when you send, receive, or withdraw money. The code you choose is linked to your Google Account and can be used with other products (like Google Play).

    Because the PIN is a number only you should know, it helps make sure other people can’t get access to your account. You don’t have to use the PIN, but we recommend it to help keep your account secure. If you already set up a Google PIN with Google Pay or another product, you’re all set.

    Tip: Your Google PIN isn’t the same PIN you may have set up for phone security.

  • Android Details
    Size:Varies with device
    Rating:4.5
    Version:Varies with device
    Content Rating:3+
    Author:Google LLC
    Installs:100,000,000+
    iOS Details
    Size:182.6 MB
    Rating:4.8
    Version:24.41.20041608024
    Content Rating:17+
    Author:Google LLC
    Compatibility:Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
    Languages:English, Arabic, Bengali, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Marathi, Norwegian, Norwegian Bokmål, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Tagalog, Tamil, Telugu, Thai, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
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    iOS (iPhone, iPad):

    5 User Reviews

    • Functions quite poorly.

    • Perfect to pay and not bring a wallet ever. The app could use some features and UX upgrades here and there (e.g. how much money is left on my Revolut card?), but since I rarely open the app, this is not an issue. Some stuff is also really cool like the map integration, that I can use another card on the fly in-app and the link to the app of the credit card.

    • It was working perfectly until last month. But suddenly stopped working. I thought must be something wrong with my card. I have removed the card, call my bank and get the same re-authorized by the bank and thought it would be fine now. After finishing my next shopping going to pay through the phone but again it doesn’t work. So it’s useless at the moment.

    • Contactless payment has been especially useful during the pandemic.

    • This app will not open as of 06/14/2020. Out of the approximate 10 times, I have used Google Pay, 30% of the time it has failed me and, caused me to be late transferring money to those counting on it. It has cost it’s users a fair amount of our time having to find alternative cash sharing apps, as well as, the time it has taken to resolve any issues with the app itself.

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