Indian Users Can Now Use Google Wallet: Details

By Consultants Review Team Monday, 22 April 2024

For Indian consumers, Google Wallet is now available. The Play Store offers the application for download. The deployment started off gradually. With Google Wallet, customers can make payments with their mobile devices and store a variety of cards, including debit, credit, loyalty, and gift cards. Launched in 2011, it was eventually supplanted by GooglePay in 2018. Google will, however, provide two different apps—GooglePay and GoogleWallet—in India.

Users may use Google Wallet to mail money to friends, make payments for purchases online and at real places, and even use their smartphones to tap and pay at NFC-enabled terminals.It is not the same as GooglePay, another payments service that Google offers, though, and is now accessible as a distinct app.

Google Wallet eliminates the need to carry cash or physical cards, making online and in-store buying easier. In addition, the service offers further security features including PIN protection and remote service deactivation for devices that have been misplaced or stolen.

Google Wallet will function on cellphones that support NFC, according to a TechCrunch report. Google will still sell the two applications individually in India. The users decide how to utilize it. WearOS-powered watches may also download the application.

These are the uses for Google Wallet that you can have

There's no need to carry real cards anymore because users may keep debit, credit, loyalty, and gift cards safely in their Google Wallet account.

Users may transfer money to friends, relatives, or anybody with a phone number or email address using Google Wallet. This function was quite helpful for paying pals back or dividing expenses.

Additionally, users may receive money straight into their Google Wallet account from other people. Accepting payments from friends or for products and services became simple as a result.

Users may use Google Wallet to make online payments on websites and applications that support the payment option. By enabling customers to make payments without having to input their payment information each time, this expedited the checkout process.

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