Google announced the existence of Android Pay back in March at Mobile World Congress, but details were fairly slim at the time. Sundar Pichai, senior vice president of Android, Chrome, and Apps, called it an “API layer” that would let other companies support secure payments for Android both in apps and in physical stores, but how exactly it would work remained unclear. However, one day before Google I/O kicks off, we’re learning more — The New York Times just revealed some new details on Android Pay.
Perhaps the most interesting is the concept of a competitor for Square Cash — the report indicates that Google is revamping Google Wallet and re-introducing it as a “peer-to-peer payments app” that lets users pass money back and forth to…
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Author: Nathan Ingraham
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