Your Google Pay will change, New Update, Know What will be change
Your Google Pay will change, The entire code of the Google Pay interface has been rewritten by Google. In such a situation a new interface will be seen very soon.
Digital payment platform Google Pay will soon see major changes. A new standard interface for payment is being created by Google. This has been revealed in a Google blog post. The new UI of Google Pay has been rolled out for many users having Pixel phones. However, soon Google Pay update will start getting available in other smartphones.
A beta update of Google Pay will be made available to Singapore and Indian users. This update will be for iOS users with Android. Google Pay’s clean and flexible interface will be provided by the company. The entire code of the interface is rewritten by the company. In such a situation, a new interface will be seen very soon.
What will change?
According to Android Police reports, the lower tab in the new interface has been removed and all navigation has been moved to the hamburger menu. Only the scrolling list of payment cards and loyalty cards will appear on the new home page. In addition, new payment cards, loyalty programs, gift cards, and transit tickets can be added with the floating action button in the lower right corner.
Through the entry of the hamburger menu, you will be able to order payment. Also, you will be able to see the activity of the expiry pass. Add a new payment method option that will be given at the top of the home menu. There will also be some changes to the payment method.
India Google Pay’s large userbase
Google Pay was launched in India on 18 September 2017, three years from today. Google Pay has recently become the most downloaded payment app in the world. It was downloaded an average of 10 million or about 10 million times a month across the world. India is a large userbase of Google Pay. In India, 78 lakh people have downloaded Google.
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