Android Pay confirmed to launch in UK in the coming months

Nowadays, most of the Smartphone manufacturers are now seems to introduce the mobile payment system through their own smartphones including Apple, Samsung, as well the Huawei is also entering on coming months. Android had introduced their own platform based Android Pay on September last year which allows the users to make the money transactions with any NFC enabled Android smartphones. But the Android Pay is currently not available for UK. There is already Apple Pay and Barclay’s BPay had got introduced in UK, but both having more restrictions over the user. Now, Google has officially confirmed the launch of their own mobile money platform Android Pay at UK, which will be within a few months. Google offers the money transaction over Android Pay simply and securely.


Google claims that the Android Pay will support most f the Credit/Debit cards including MasterCard and Visa from many of the UK’s major financial enterprises  including Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, M&S Bank, MBNA and Nationwide Building Society with the adding of more bank supports in near future. Also it supports most of the retailers in UK.


Android Pay has a facility named Transport for London (TfL) which allows to travel across London with just a tap, so we can pay the transportation fee easily. API for Android Pay is currently available for the developers from US and UK for connecting more apps with Android Pay on Play Store. Plenty of App services including BestBuy, Peet’s Coffee&Tea, etc have already connected with the Android Pay and more are coming. The Android Pay is currently supports 70% of Android devices and available at US now. There will be the launch in Australia this year too, after the releasing of Android Pay in United Kingdom. Availability in other countries are not revealed yet and we could expect it could come to the rest of the world, even just after the launching of Android N.


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