Google taps mobile payment market with a new service introduced Monday, called "Google Payment," which is designed for faster online checkout on websites and apps with a few quick clicks.
The new mobile payment system allows users to quickly pay with any card added in their Google account, whether it's a credit card or debit card from.
Using Google Payment, users can pay from products like Google Play, YouTube, Chrome or Android Pay, the new service allows instantly send merchants with both payment and shipping information from you account for speedier checkouts. Then, the merchant will handle all details just like any other purchase, so "no typing is required on customers side."
See the GIF animation demonstrating Google Payment powered Instacart:
Android devices owners can shop in-app purchases from their favorite apps or on the web with Chrome browser using the Google Payment.
For developers, Google has also created a developer doc with more information about how to get started with Google Payment API.
Merchants may be pleased to know Google doesn't charge any transaction fees, and website owners or merchants can easily implement it with just a few lines of code.
Lastly, partnered with a selection of payment providers, Google is making the integration even simpler, as they will process all transcations. Also, more payment providers and places are scheduled to come in the future.
Google Payment currently supports Adyen, Braintree, Vantiv, and Stripe. Also, Tez—a new mobile payments and commerce app — made for India is launched from Google.