DigiYatra and Google Wallet to be Integrated by Google India to Digitalize Air Travel

By Consultants Review Team Wednesday, 08 May 2024

Google Wallet and DigiYatra services will be integrated by Google India. After being connected with Google Wallet, the DigiYatra effort, which aims to digitalize air travel, would enable customers to save their boarding tickets and other relevant documentation on their phones.

Access passes, digital auto keys, and event tickets will all be kept in Google Wallet. It is compatible with Google Pay.

Over 20 firms from different industries have collaborated with Google Wallet since its launch in India. This new Google app is anticipated to further integrate other services and maybe bring new functionality for Android users in India.

What is the Google Wallet?

In the US, Google Wallet was initially released in 2011 as a payment app. It was later relaunched in 2022 as a digital wallet app. Almost two years later, the app is now available in India.

You may keep digital copies of your credit card information, transit passes, employee credentials, medical data, vehicle keys, boarding passes, and even student IDs with Google Wallet.

With Google Wallet, contactless payments are also supported, so you may use your debit and credit cards to tap and pay at many different stores.

You may also load loyalty cards from Shoppers Stop, Starbucks, or your neighborhood cafe into your wallet.

Google Wallet in India

Google has worked with more than 20 of India's top businesses, including PVR & Inox, Air India, Indigo, Flipkart, AbhiBus, Kochi Metro, and others, to serve the country's needs.

"With Google Wallet, Android's journey in India has reached a significant milestone, offering users easy and creative experiences that make daily life easier. We are happy to provide a comprehensive solution that enables you to safely access and manage your daily necessities in collaboration with several of India's leading businesses."They're there when you need them—from boarding passes to loyalty cards, event tickets to public transportation passes," stated Ram Papatla, general manager and India engineering lead for Android at Google.

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