Google’s mobile payment service – aptly called Android Pay – is competing with the likes of Apple Pay and Samsung Pay in a bid to move us all to a cashless society. Dozens of banks and financial institutions in the United States already support the mobile payments system but the list of partners continues to grow. Android Pay has now gained support for 31 additional U.S. banks.
Even though it was revealed about a week ago that Capital One was finally going to add support for Android Pay, it didn’t actually happen back then, but it has happened today. Capital One customers can now use select cards with Android Pay to make purchases on the fly.
Capital One is actually one of the only major banks that has added support for Android Pay in this latest wave. Most of the 31 banks are actually small outfits but their customers are surely going to like having access to Google’s mobile payments service.
The full list of banks that have added support for Android Pay today is available on the payments service’s page on the official Android website. Be sure to check it out if you’re unaware whether or not your banks supports Android Pay, and if it does, you can start using it right away.