What is Google Wallet?

Google Wallet

Google Wallet allows users to send and receive money through a device or desktop computer for no cost.

The free peer-to-peer payments service

Available only in the US, users link a debit card or bank account to Google Wallet, which can then be used through the Google Wallet app or Gmail. Users input an email address or phone number belonging to the person they wish to send money to, then the recipient must link that phone number or email address to a bank account in order to access the money sent to them.

Can you use Google Wallet and Android Pay together?

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Name of Technology:

Google Wallet

Year Introduced:

2011

Invented by :

Google, MasterCard

Open Source or Proprietary:

Proprietary

Main technology category:

Mobile Payments

Patent:

Yes

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