"With Google Pay, it'll be easier for you to use the payment information saved to your Google Account, so you can speed through checkout with peace of mind", VP of Product Management, Payments writes on Google's official blog. G has now officially confirmed to launch the LG Pay service in the U.S. this year. Tapping the selector will show the new Pay logo, thus replacing Android Pay and that associated branding, which is still present on the stable version (11.9.51) of Play services. When it arrives, however, it may not be LG Pay, but rather LG Wallet, in something of an unusual twist from established norms.
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The long-rumored USA launch of LG Pay looks finally set to happen. Android Pay and Google Wallet branding will be replaced by Google Pay branding. To provide better services and probably compete at the same level with its rivals, Google today announced a new product called Google Pay.
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Google is consolidating payment options and tools on Android by launching the new Google Pay. Much like "Pay With Google", developer information for Google Pay has also been released. This allows users to touch a smartphone to a credit card device for the final connection, which may give it the same advantage of wide-scale acceptance that gave Samsung Pay something of an edge.
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Google Pay, according to the Mountain View California-based tech giant is now available on Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, Instacart, and other apps and websites. We'll update this article when and if we hear back from the company. Not only does it have to compete with Samsung in South Korea, but its market penetration in the United States is meager compared to Samsung and Google. So tell us in the comments if you are happy that Wallet and Android Pay are now consolidated into one payment tool?