Pay with Google and speed through checkout

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24 October, 2017

"Starting today you can now speed through online checkout on many of your favourite apps and websites with a few quick clicks", Pali Bhat, VP of Google product management wrote on a Google blog. When you use this option, Google will send the merchant your payment information and shipping address using the information from your account, meaning you won't have to type a thing.

You'll then be prompted to confirm the payment with a security code on your Android phone.

Google has said it's aiming to take the hassle out of online shopping for Android users by streamlining the entire checkout process with a new feature called Pay with Google.

Google is launching "Pay with Google", a new service that integrates with Android Pay in the company's portfolio of online payment systems.

The tech giant further said that security has always been one of Chrome's core principles-we constantly work to build the most secure web browser to protect our users.

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Google has announced a mobile payment service, called Google Payment, which is created to facilitate an easier check out experience for online purchases.

More impressively, Google says that 71 of the top 100 sites on the web no use HTTPS by default, which is up from 37 sites just a year ago.

As a result, users will no longer have to fill out laborious payment forms, instead tapping pay with Google and then their method of choice to complete a transaction.

Pay with Google aims to be a lot simpler. However, if you need access to a specific payment portal, Google partnered with Braintree, Adyen, and Vantiv, with WorldPay and others coming soon.

But Google has lined up a long list of popular services that will offer the faster checkout to customers via their apps and mobile websites, when loaded in the Chrome browser.


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