Google, the world’s largest American company, keeps on bringing new updates about its app every day. In moving forward in this sequence, now the company has made up its mind to replace Google Pay service with Google wallet. However, both the Google Pay and Google wallet apps will work side-by-side in the US and Singapore. Google has also started rolling out the Google wallet app now. The Google Pay application is being rolled out along with the update of IsPay. At present, Google has decided to roll it out only for Android users in 39 countries. The company’s plan is that in the coming time it will also be rolled out for all the users.
It has been informed by tweeting by the official Twitter handle of Android that Google Wallet has been made available for download. Not long ago, a Google spokesperson had also told that this update is currently being rolled out only for Android users in 39 countries. It will also be rolled out for all Android users within the next few days.
Google company at Google I/O 2022 had told about this application that it will be able to manage all the digital cards of the user, including debit cards and credit cards, our identity cards, vaccination status, any type of Tickets, security etc docs can be included. According to the report of 9to5Google, it has been learned that Google Wallet will replace the existing application Google Pay. However, both these apps can be used separately in Singapore and America. In both these countries, Singapore and America, Google Pay will work under only one UPI as before.
Let us tell you that in the year 2011, Google Wallet was launched by Google as an NFC payment app, in which the company included features like peer-to-peer money transfer. In the year 2018, Google company merged it with Android Pay app and named it Google Pay. Now Google is once again going to rebrand this app as Google Wallet.