Android Pay unifies with Mobile Banking Apps

Google recently announced that Android Pay is integrating with numerous banks around the world which includes Discover, Bank of America, mBank, Bank of New Zealand, and USAA. This is being done to make it easier for customers to use their cards with Android Pay.

This unification will allow the customers of these banks to add cards easily to Android Pay from their mobile banking app with just one click. Customers can now use their smartphones to tap and pay at millions of stores and wherever they see the Android Pay button in their favourite apps and on the mobile web. Moreover, Android Pay will also notify them by sending a notification after every successful transaction.

Even those who don’t have the Android Pay app downloaded in their mobile devices, they can access and enjoy the capabilities of Android Pay through select mobile banking apps. Now, it’s easy to manage bank card choices, such as selecting the default payment card or deactivating a card on the phone.
This recent collaboration with banks is aimed to expand the capabilities of Android Pay as an open platform. The app developers say that they are working on the app enhancements in order to integrate it with additional mobile banking apps. Hence, customers can look for updates from their bank about this new feature.



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