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Android Pay UK App Launches As Rival To Apple Pay And Samsung Pay

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Evelyn Fowler
May 18, 2016 10:50
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Android Pay can be used at any wireless payment point so if it supports your contactless card or Apple Pay then you re good to go with Android Pay.

Google s new contactless payment service joins an increasing number of apps and services including Samsung Pay and PayPal which are trying to encourage people to move away from using their conventional bank cards as a means of paying.

Recently released Android smartphones should come with Android Pay pre-installed but if you think you re missing out you can always head over to the Google Play Store and download the app separately from there.

While many of the big players are in there it s hard not to notice the glaring omission that is Barclays.

If you have multiple Google Accounts in Android Pay: At the top left of the app, touch your name, then choose the account you want to add a card to.

While both are equally secure not all Android phones have this hardware advantage that Apple s products do so Google had to find an alternative solution.

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