Google’s consolidated payment solution ‘Google Pay’ to be introduced for Tez users in India | HT Tech

Google’s consolidated payment solution ‘Google Pay’ to be introduced for Tez users in India

Google said it will be bringing Google Pay experience to Tez users in India as well.

By: ASIAN NEWS INTERNATIONAL
| Updated on: Jan 09 2018, 12:55 IST
A big update on Google’s unified payment solution
A big update on Google’s unified payment solution (AP)

Google on Tuesday announced a unified payment platform, Google Pay, merging Android Pay and Google Wallet The internet gaint also disclosed that the service will soon be brought to users of its Unified Payments Interface (UPI)-integrated mobile payments platforms, 'Tez', in India.

The tech giant on Monday said with Google Pay, users can access payment information saved to their Google Account for speedy checkout and payment. Over the coming weeks, Google Pay will be made available online, in-store, and across Google products, as well as for paying friends.

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"Over the past year, we've been working to make these experiences simpler, safer, and more consistent. We're excited to announce we'll be bringing together all the different ways to pay with Google, including Android Pay and Google Wallet, into a single brand: Google Pay," Pali Bhat, VP of Product Management of Payments, said in a blog post.

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Google Pay has already been rolled out on Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse, and Instacart, among other apps and websites.

For the unversed, 'Tez' is a simple and secure mobile app for digital payments and commerce, built with the goal of working for everyone in India, available for download on Google Play (Android) and the App Store (iOS). Built on the Indian government-supported UPI, Tez allows users, free of charge, to make small or big payments straight from their bank accounts.

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Twitter on Wednesday announced that users can no longer automatically cross-post their Tweets to Facebook. This can be attributed to Facebook restricting its API platform in April after the Cambridge Analytica scandal, where data of 87 million users was breached. Even task automators like IFTTT showed an error while cross-posting, which leaves users no choice but to manually copy and paste the links of their Tweets into Facebook's share dialogue or use one of the two options given by Twitter, also add extra steps to the process. But there's a way out of this, a reverse approach. Instead of cross-posting your Tweets, you can cross-post your Facebook posts. This simple, yet elegant, solution has its own shortcomings, but it will definitely save you those extra seconds you'll spend manually copying and pasting the links on Facebook, which add up to a significant amount of time if you post multiple Tweets in a day.

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First Published Date: 09 Jan, 12:55 IST
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