Google Inc. North American engineers have synchronized its proprietary payment system a mapping service. Thus, from now on the payment service users will be available an interactive map with which search Android Pay partners will be much easier. Along with this, the version Android Pay 1.4 has a new button, through which you can see the list of mobile applications that support work with the corporate payment service Google. Simply put, the payment system users no longer need to install third-party applications. For example, to pay for a trip to the Uber is now possible directly from the Android Pay, not bothered searching online wallet or credit card.
The client identification in the new version of the mobile application is carried out both by means of a fingerprint sensor, and by means of a conventional PIN -code. Currently companion applications offer users to take advantage of Android Pay to check the possibilities of the system.
Journalists specialized web resource Android Policy failed to discover the new version of the mobile app are several hidden features. Among other things, we are talking about the possibility of automatic positioning of outlets accepting payment via Android Pay. Simply put, these stores now automatically highlighted on an interactive map application.
In addition, the latest release includes the ability to subscribe to the loyalty program directly from the mobile application, all necessary in such cases, the data will be filled in automatically. For example, going to the store, which supports payment via Android Pay, it will be possible to register directly from your phone as the user of the payment system.
It should be noted that in the Russian Federation this method of calculation has not yet managed to get enough spread so innovations Android Pay payment system is hardly able to interest the Russian users. However, sooner or later, smart phones will be used as a means of payment and in Russia. Recall that according to a recent statement by the head of Sberbank of Russia German Gref in three years credit institution intends to completely abandon the use of traditional payment cards.