At Google I/O back in May, the company announced the Google Payment API, It promised a new way to pay in apps or online with any debit or credit card linked to your Google account. Now all you have to do is tap a button, select a preferred card and confirm the transaction with a security code on your Android device.
Additionally, to make "Pay with Google" program more accessible to the developers, Google has uploaded documents that will enlighten developers on how to start integrating the payment program into their apps.
Google has pushed hard for web sites to use encryption to secure web traffic, urging sites to use HTTPS - secure hyper-text transport protocol - over plain HTTP to transmit web pages to users.
So how does the Pay with Google work?
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The technology making this possible, the Google Payment API, was first announced this May at Google's I/O developer conference.
The feature will automatically fill your card information (which you've given Google for Google Play, Android Pay or YouTube Red) in online payment forms, sparing you the need to manually enter your card number and security digits. This list will soon include Instacart, Kayak, Airbnb, StubHub, and many more.
Google has so many services, they probably know every last credit card you own. "Then, the merchant will handle all the details just like any other purchase", said Google.
Because the option requires merchants to use the Google Payment API, the "pay with Google" option is not yet available everywhere. Google has also partnered with a few payment providers, though it promises more soon.
It would make the competition tougher for mobile payment platforms, including Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, that are competing against Google's Android Pay and are aiming to improve the existing online shopping experience.