Start using Google Pay with Visa Checkout and breeze through your next purchases at hundreds of thousands of online merchants that accept Visa Checkout. Link your accounts in your Google Pay app today.
Google Pay is only compatible on Android devices that are NFC and HCE-enabled and run KitKat 4.4 or later.
Security, rewards & protections
Shop securely in stores
When you use your phone to pay in stores, Google Pay doesn’t send your actual credit or debit card number with your payment. Instead, a virtual account number is used to represent your account information – so your card details stay safe.
Peace of mind
If your phone is ever lost or stolen, you can lock and erase it from anywhere with Find My Device.
Rewards and protections you signed up for
When you use your Visa card with Google Pay, you’ll continue to enjoy all the same rewards, benefits, and protections that come with it.
How it works
Convenient, simple and safe.
Get the app
Download the Google Pay app from Google Play or check to see if it's already installed on your computer.
Add your Visa card
It's as simple as snapping a picture of your card from the Google Pay app.
Make a purchase
Pay with your phone in stores & speed through checkout online.
More ways to pay every day
Google Pay lets you use your mobile devices with Android 4.4 or above and NFC, to pay with your Visa card at hundreds of thousands of stores or to make in-app purchases.
Google Pay is a new name and look for existing Google payment products. It will roll out in the near future.
Google Pay is a new name and look for existing Google payment products. You’ll still be able to pay in stores and online with Google Pay, as you do today with Android Pay.
You can already use Google Pay on apps and websites where you see the logo. Soon, you’ll be able to use Google Pay in stores and on Google products such as YouTube, the Play Store, Google Store, Google Photos and more.
Existing Android Pay users do not need to do anything - your app will automatically update to the new branding in the near future. If you are interested in Google Pay but not currently an Android Pay user, you can still download the Android Pay app today to make fast and simple in-store payments - the app will update when Google Pay is available.
You can visit the Google Blog https://blog.google/topics/shopping-payments/ for updates, or the user help center at support.google.com/androidpay.
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