Android Pay begins to integrate with the applications of the banks

While we wait and resigned the arrival of Android Pay in our country we see as Google gives a major push to its platform of payments without contact through the NFC of our phones or watches.

Android Pay

Now Android Pay joins several banks around the world, including Bank of America, Bank of New Zealand, Discover, mBank and USAA, to make it easier to use their cards to pay with the mobile with Android Pay.

  • Bank of America
  • BNZ
  • Discover
  • mBank
  • USAA

Android Pay integrates into the applications of banks so that adding a card is as easy as pushing a button. The user will just have to open his bank application, go to the cards section and click on “Add a card to Android Pay”.

Once added and the user can pay with your mobile in stores through the payments without contact of Android Pay.

Best of all is that you do not need to have installed the Android Pay application to pay, with the same bank application we can enjoy Android Pay thanks to its integration, yes, each application of the bank will only show their respective cards.

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If we want to see in a single application all the cards of our different banks will have to use the Android Pay application.

Google expects more banks to integrate Android Pay to get everyone a lot faster.

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