Google Pay Is Now Much Easier Thanks To The Integration With Chrome
SachinSangwan - Jul 11, 2019, 12:50 pm IST
Google has released a new Chrome update by which people can easily access their stored payment information directly through their Google account.
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Payment via Google Chrome is now much more common while shopping online. Google has released a new Chrome update by which people can easily access their stored payment information directly through their Google account. Before this update, the Google web browser had also allowed the user to access their payment details by turning on Google Sync; through the new update, Google is enhancing this feature. Now, users payment details will get directly auto-fill, just by signing in their account on the computer.
From now, you will not need to turn on Chrome sync to auto-fill your details even when Chrome sync has been disabled. Google has made this new feature with Google Pay that has recently been reaching more websites on the Internet. It's worth noting that Google wants to apply this on desktops as well. And that's why Google changed the name of its service from Android pay to Google Pay because the name 'Android' suggests that it is limited to Android devices only.
Two weeks ago, the tech giant announced that the integration of Google Pay with PayPal online payment system will come to online merchants accepting Google Pay in their apps or on their sites.
This new feature allows the user to pick the saved payment details of their credit cards and debit cards from Google accounts. When the user land on the payment page to make the payment of their order, Chrome browser will show a pop-up window through which, user can auto-fill the payment details on the websites, which eliminates the time consumed in filling the payment information such as card number, expiry date and holder name (in case of debit card) again and again for every order. Now, users can make payments just by filling their card's CVV number only.
Additionally, Google also gives an option to users that they can manage their payment details, which are linked with their Accounts. For managing their details, they have to go into their Google account setting and then click on 'Payment' then Subscriptions > Payments method.
No doubt this feature will make the ordering process easier and faster than before.