Android Pay was recently renamed to Google Pay, Android Messages to Messages and Android Wear to Wear OS.
Consolidation of the Tez mobile wallet into Google Pay would allow UPI for app purchases on Play Store.
Google Pay is essentially a payment platform combines the features of what was the earlier Google Wallet app and bakes Android Pay features into it.
The Google Pay app provides a convenient and simplified interface that lets you store your credit card, debit cards, loyalty programs, offers and even gift cards.
Google Pay is the latest digital payment platform by Google; merges Android Pay and Google Wallet in one solution
Google Pay will make it easier for users to save the payment information with their Google account so that they can make quick payment checkouts.
The Pay with Google feature is available for Android users and ensures that your online payment and buying experience is fast, secure and hassle-free.
The payment service, called Google 'Tez', will offer payment options beyond the existing ones like Google Wallet or Android Pay, the report said.
The new version of 'Faketoken' performs live tracking of apps and, overlays the apps used by user with its phishing window to steal the bank card details.
All co-operative banks to be covered under UPI ecosystem by March 2018, says NPCI MD and CEO A.P Hota
The National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) on Monday said all co-operative banks in the country would be part of digital transactions by March 2018.
The US-based Apple launched a campaign in China this week to promote its mobile payment platform and break the current duopoly of tech giants Tencent and Alibaba.
Messaging giants WhatsApp have been granted permission by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) to develop in-app payments and money transfers using the Unified Payments Interface (UPI).
Instant messaging app Telegram has been updated to Telegram 4.1 and it comes with a host of new features.
Samsung is offering support for limited banks as of now and also supports Paytm wallet.
Google has launched Android Wear 2.0, the newest version that will power smartwatches. The upgrade was announced last year during Google I/O 2016 and the update is a few months late than what was originally planned.
Both Apple Pay and Android Pay are digital payment methods that can use your linked credit or debit card and banking details to make payments.
Partnerships between technology companies and payment companies, have made online transactions more convenient to the end user, as well as merchants.
Samsung Electronics and Alibaba Group Holding plan to announce a collaboration on mobile payment systems on Friday, South Korean media reported.
After launching Android Pay, Google is piloting a new payment app that Google calls the future of mobile payment. Called Hands Free, the app lets users pay in stores without even taking the phone out of one’s pocket or bag.
We are just a couple of hours away from Google's event where the search giant is expected to unveil two new Nexus smartphones along with an updated Chromecast. We may even witness a few new features regarding the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow.