Tech News Android Pay Launched, Ready to Experience Contactless Payment By Amit Bhattacharjee Posted on September 11, 2015 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Bingo! Google has arrived again with a master stroke, to gain an edge over arch rival Apple it has introduced the most awaited Android Pay. Users of Android now can avail the facility of a smarter way to pay- contactless Android pay! Paying using Smartphone has been growing leaps and bounds. It’s been a while following Google initially presented its new mobile payment system- Android Pay, however now it’s at long last taking off to compatible devices, Google reported. Google will bit by bit push Android Pay to all devices running Android 4.4 or above before the year’s over. With Android Pay, anybody with a compatible device can pay for things with a basic tap through the NFC contactless payment system. If you have a smartphone running on Android 4.4 Kitkat, you also can get the amazing experience to pay using your phone at the point of sales! Android Pay just works in the event if you have NFC For Android Pay to work, your Android-run smartphone must have Android 4.4 or higher operating system. Compatible Android devices should likewise have an NFC chip. Here the bad news for the One Plus 2 comes, users won’t avail the facility to get to Android Pay! The rollout will come to Nexus devices first. We expect the new Nexus phones to both have Android Pay preloaded. Google Wallet users will get a welcome to get over to Android Pay in the following couple of weeks. Where you can pay using “Android Pay.” Like every other type of NFC payment, Android Pay will be acknowledged in more than one million stores over the United States, including Toys “R” Us, GameStop, Subway, Whole Foods, and the many more. Two major retailers, Best Buy and Walmart, won’t receive contactless payments system like Android pay, yet. MasterCard, American Express, and Discover will support Android Pay at any merchant’s place. Most of the banks that as of now support Apple Pay will back Google’s service, following both utilisation comparative NFC technologies for payments. Google Specified Banks and Card that supports Android Pay Google particularly specified American Express, Bank of America, Discover, Navy Federal Credit Union, PNC, Regions Bank, USAA, and U.S. Bank. Evidently, Wells Fargo, Capital One, and Citi are coming soon. Users will likewise have the capacity to store credit, debit, and gift cards on Android Pay. Very soon, world market leader Visa may join the group. Like most NFC payment systems, Android Pay features all the important security, including an approach to close down devices that have been stolen so that no one can utilise your card. The system utilises tokenization, which forms exchanges using individual irregular account numbers, as opposed to your real credit or debit card account number.