11/24/2013, Google has rolled out a new update for the Google Wallet app, which brings a useful feature, one that is going to make things a lot easier. The updated app comes with support for adding cards by simply taking their picture. That’s right, to add new credit or debit cards to their Google Wallet, all users have to do now is to simply take a picture. The app will automatically […]
05/21/2013, Google Checkout is expected to be retired on November 20.
05/15/2013, Google has integrated two of its products in to one another, presenting end users with an entirely different way of sending money online. Google Wallet has now been integrated with Gmail. Users will now be able to send money over email, all they have to do is literally “attach” money with the email they’re sending. The recipient doesn’t necessarily needs to have a Gmail account in order to receive the money. […]
05/12/2013, Google has reportedly given up on its plans of introducing a physical credit card for now. There was some chatter before that the company was going to announce such cards at its I/O 2013 conference, but now it is being rumored that Google will instead be releasing an update for its Wallet service. The new Google Wallet update will reportedly bring the service at par with Apple’s Passbook app. The […]
01/28/2013, Google did not just update its Google Drive app for iOS. The Mountain View-based technology behemoth also improved its very own mobile payment system, Google Wallet. Google Wallet now supports any credit or debit card, whether it is a Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. Google says that these cards are available for in-store purchases or for online purchases at participating merchants. This means that all your cards will be […]
11/07/2012, Google Wallet is Google’s take on the mobile wallet service which is accomplished by relying on NFC-enabled devices and compatible smartphones. That being said it was last week where it was suggested that Google could be coming up with a physical card for its Google Wallet feature and if you needed more proof of that happening, it seems that Google has let the cat out of the bag themselves via […]
10/22/2012, Google Wallet has certainly matured in the recent months, where you can say that a slew of new users have jumped aboard the Google Wallet bandwagon, mostly courtesy of the Nexus 7 tablet’s release. Word on the street has it that Google is preparing to introduce even more big changes this time around by teasing users with a spanking new version of Google Wallet. It does seem as though the […]
09/10/2012, Google Wallet was officially launched last year, and word has it that prepaid cards for Google Wallet has been discontinued. This means early adopters who reside outside of the US will be affected, as they no longer have any means to increase the amount of funds to the app. The effect is not immediate, as the entire process will take place over the next few months. This was done as […]
08/01/2012, Are you up for more cashless transactions? Well, here we are with Google Wallet – having rolled out a spanking new cloud-based version of the Google Wallet app which is capable of supporting credit and debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Apart from that, you too, are able to use just about any card of your choice whenever you opt to shop in-store or online using Google […]
07/31/2012, If you believe that the NFC standard of paying is indeed the future, services such as Google Wallet is one that is probably familiar to you. Unfortunately Google Wallet has yet to be made universal for all Android devices, which means that unless you’re using a specific Android phone such as Sprint’s Nexus S, you might be out of luck if you wanted Google Wallet functionality. Kind of makes you […]
05/21/2012, Recently, questions have been surfacing with regards to security issues about Google’s payment application Google Wallet. Now apparently, another issue has been added to the mix in the form of the application’s latest update. After updating Google Wallet, rooted users found that upon restarting it, it asked ‘Superuser’ for root permissions.
05/10/2012, Officially, Sprint is the only carrier on the Google Wallet bandwagon since other carriers have opted for its competitor ISIS. Now apparently Sprint is looking to push its payment system further by crediting the Google Wallet accounts that come on selected LG phones with $25. The devices which will be affected with this promotion are the LG Viper 4G LTE and the LG Optimus Elite. The offer for what is […]
04/03/2012, It looks like Google is seriously attempting to expand the capabilities of its Google Wallet mobile payment service as the company has recently announced that they have bought payments company, TxVia. While the financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, according to Osama Bedier, vice president of Wallet and Payments and Google believes that TxVia complements Google Wallet’s payment capabilities and will help the company achieve their “full Google […]
03/22/2012, While Google itself is a pretty big name, it seems that if they are looking to get their mobile payment services, Google Wallet, up and running, they might need more carrier partners other than Sprint. According to reports, it looks like Google might just be considering that and are reportedly in talks with the other major carriers about a possible partnership where Google Wallet’s mobile payment services could make their […]