We’ve mentioned before that Google is all over the map with their wallet and payments systems. One day they are Google Wallet, the next day they are still Google Wallet but that’s not what you use to pay bills or see your loyalty cards; that’s all been moved to Android Pay and the Wallet is not a peer-to-peer (P2P) functioning money transfer service.
So, with that said, there is Android Pay, and you can use it to pay for things online and in the Google Play Store.
Android Authority took it for a test drive –
But what happened to the mobile payments part of Google Wallet? It has been re-branded as Android Pay. So, how exactly does all of this work? I have been testing Android Pay and running all around town using it, so let’s dig right into the details.