Google Launches New Checkout Option with Android Pay and PayPal in U.S.

You can expect to see this new feature in the Android Pay and PayPal apps within the next few weeks.

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Google and PayPal, one of the world's leading online payment platforms Tuesday, singned a new startegic collaboation bringing in even more options at checkout using Android Pay.

Millions of people around the world are already using PayPal to make online purchases, receive payments and send money—now, with this partnership, soon they can start using their PayPal account "to tap and pay with their phones in stores and speed through checkout in Android apps."

The feature available to people in the U.S., can start linking their PayPal account to use with Android Pay within the next few weeks.

Android Pay and PayPal

Google Sites now providing ability to customize site with logos, and use matching colors from that logo to customize the site further and more. Once you add a logo to your site, Google system will detect its colors and offer them for use in your theme.

Those new, Google Sites wat launched in November 2016, and added several features and functionality including support for Team Drives, section dividers, subpage creation, and more.

Customize Google Sites with logos and colors

This week's update to Admin console in G Suite removes the "date picker" and always show latest available metrics and notify you when metrics are delayed. Benefits of this change include:

  • Under the Highlights section, you can now see the latest data for each metric.
  • Under Apps Usage, Document Link Shared Status, User Status, Storage, and Security Reports, we'll display "Latest data available for: " for the relevant metric when you hover over the metric.
  • A '*' symbol may appear next to stale metric values under each section, indicating when data may be delayed compared to other metrics in the same section.