Google Pay now available on the web via desktop and iOS

Donna Miller
May 3, 2018

It'll work in browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox. That functionality has now been ported over to iOS devices and desktops, which should make online transactions on a variety of sites and services quicker for Google Pay users.

"Months after it emerged as a unified payments platform - replacing Android Pay and Google Wallet, Google Pay is now rolling out on the Web for desktops and iOS devices", wrote Capiel. As suggested by Google suppose you have saved cards on a Pixelbook device then later you can make payment using a distinct device like iPhone as well. "In March, Google Assistant received an upgrade with a Google Pay integration that enabled users in the United States to send and request money from their contacts directly using their voice". Of course, the likelihood is that you're already signed up to Apple Pay if you're part of that cohort.

The best Google Pay experience is undoubtedly going to remain on Android phones. This week, that changes now that Google has begun rolling out Pay to browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox.

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When they launched Google Pay in February, the company outlined that Google Pay would be live through both "apps and websites you love", though it seems to have been limited to select partners like Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse and Instacart.

"If you're using Google Pay on your Android device, the platform offers speedy checkout in convenience stores, grocery stores, and several places that accept contactless payments with compatible devices", he wrote. Additionally, if you use Chrome, you can autofill billing or shipping info, since it can save that info across browsers. If you see it, though, be excited.

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