Google launched the updated Google Wallet to customers in 39 countries last month after previewing it at its I/O developer conference in May. In these nations, the Google Pay app was replaced with the Google Wallet app, which offers customers a more complete digital wallet experience and supports digital IDs, loyalty cards, boarding tickets, transit cards, digital keys, and more. Google is now introducing it in six additional nations, including Iceland, Moldova, Qatar, Serbia, South Africa, and Azerbaijan.
Google Wallet will initially be made accessible in Moldova, Qatar, Serbia, and South Africa during the second deployment phase (via 9to5Google). Starting today, users in these areas will be able to keep their credit and debit cards on the digital wallet app and make purchases using their Wear OS or Android smartwatches. However, users in Azerbaijan and Iceland will initially only be able to use Android phones to make payments; support for Wear OS smartwatches will come later.
Google Wallet is now available on the Play Store in a total of 45 countries, including:
|Finland||New Zealand||United Arab Emirates|
|Germany||Poland||United States and outlying territories|
Users in the aforementioned nations will be able to store loyalty cards and boarding passes from international airlines that accept Google Wallet in the app in addition to debit and credit cards. In the near future, the business intends to expand the app’s features, including the ability to speed up security inspections.
In a total of 45 countries, Google Wallet is now accessible on the Play Store.
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