It has long been known that there will be another reboot of google pay and now things are moving in rapid succession: a few days ago the new logo and the new name appeared and now there are several screenshots. The reboot will be under the family brand. google wallet done and Google Pay a part of the whole.
From a European perspective, a Google Pay reboot would not be necessary, but since GPay’s failed venture in the US and a few other countries, one has become necessary. As it stands, this will likely include both versions and give Google Pay a new umbrella brand under which all solutions related to the payments area are summed up: google wallet come back again
The new wallet name and logo came out just a few days ago and now there are screenshots of the new app that finally seal the whole thing. Google Wallet will focus on replacing user wallets and bringing payment solutions, tickets, reservations, affiliate programs, loyalty cards and more under one roof. Something like that already existed with Google Pay, but this will probably be cut off by these features.
Google Pay will be part of the new product and will continue to handle mobile payments. With this solution, it will be possible to increase significantly in this area without changing the simplicity of Google Pay too much. Just take a look at the following Google Wallet screenshots that have now appeared.
It is very possible that the new product will be presented in a few days. Because both Pay and Wallet are part of Google Play Services and allow a very wide and almost simultaneous deployment on almost all smartphones. The checkout feature is now available to most users and other things like tickets or reservations are read from GMail again. It remains to be hoped that the wallet reset will actually serve global standardization and not further complicate it.AndroidPolice]
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