Android Pay APK

Developer: Google Inc. Version: 1.1.106511521 Requirement: Varies with device Price: Free

Android Pay 1.1.106511521 APK Android

January 13, 2016
Change log
  • Previous version Android Pay 1.1.106511521 apk for Android will help you to downgrade or install older app easily. This is one of the best Finance apps.

    More or less, the service has a similar operating system to Apple Pay, seen from its way of using. Every transaction using this app is able to prove that it has a good security level. This feature will avert the users from fraudulence. This is because Google creates a virtual card with token code which can only be used once for a transaction after being sent to the server. Then, some stores provide the application as their subscription card. Yet, you need to notice that this app system uses debit/credit card based.

    So, before using it, the users firstly must confirm a few detail information about your debit/credit card that you have owned before. To run the Android Pay successfully, it is informed that Google has established partnerships with a lot of corporations like merchant and financial institution. This is shown on Google’s partnerships which has cooperated with approximately 700,000 stores in US and also supports financial transaction system with mastercard, visa, Discover, and American Express. Besides, Google’s management stated that the app can be used to do transaction with some retailers like Subway, Whole Foods, and McDonalds. But, user needs to consider that not all stores have been facilitated by this app.

    Features of Android Pay APK 1.1.106511521
    • To pay, just tap just unlock and tap
    • Try it at these popular spots
    • Use your loyalty and gift cards
    Android Pay Screenshot 1
  • New in Android Pay 1.1.106511521 APK Android

    • Previous Google Wallet users can add loyalty cards, gift cards, and offers without first setting up a credit or debit card.
    • UI and performance improvements
  • Apps Reviews

    I have no use for Google wallet so I’m glad it’s separated. The new pay app just works. No need to open an app, just unlock phone and tap. I’m on the fence about the lock screen, personally it makes sense to me that you wouldn’t want to interrupt your work flow with being bothered for a pin, so having the phone locked first makes sense, but it should probably be the customers decision.