The Android Pay App Turns On Citibank Support

19 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Android Pay Lands On The Play Store.

If you have a device running the Android 6.0 Marshmallow developer preview 3, you can install the latest version of the Google app (v5.3.19.19) and start to take advantage of its power.

While that has proved to be not entirely true, one thing that has become clear is that Android Pay is Google’s main focus going forward, when it comes to how you use your Android device to pay for goods ad services. As a recap, Google Now on Tap is a beefed up version of Google Now, that allows you to find out more information about the “people, places, movies, and more” that are on your screen.

The idea is that you may be in a conversation or an app with a subject you need to know more about now, yet you don’t want to be taken out of the situation to go find that new info. For now, check out the few screenshots below to get a better understanding of the type of information. (Edit: No, no we won’t because Google decided to kill it this morning.) The update also brings the new vertical scrolling app drawer, that was unveiled during the Android M Preview 1 (and then fixed in preview 2), to all devices. While for those who wanted to wait, the update did begin rolling out as an update to Wallet which effectively replaced the Google Wallet app with the new Android Pay app. As an extension of that point, just because Android Pay has hit the Play Store, does not mean its compatibility (or use outside of the U.S.) has increased.

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