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Android Pay now incorporates with many mobile banking apps

By TechNadu Staff / April 17, 2017

Google's wireless payment system Android Pay was released back in the year 2015. Now, this service can be used from the certain mobile banking apps.

Android Pay collaborates several financial institutions around the world including Bank of America, USA, Bank of New Zealand, Discover and mBank. These banks will now incorporate Android Pay into their mobile apps, giving the ability to the users to pay wirelessly at all stores and all the supported apps that accept this Android Pay.

If you have an account in one bank is enough, you can easily add cards to Android Pay from your mobile banking app with just a single click.

Users will be able to use Android Pay through these banking apps even if they don't have installed the Android Pay, with a notification being received upon the completion of each transaction.

Android Pay, a mobile app for the partner banks, can be downloaded for Android devices on the Google Play Store. It will be an easier process compared to other banking apps.



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