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Google Pay is now available on the web for seamless checkouts.

Google Pay which was launched back in February on Android replaces Google’s age-old Google Wallet. Google pay is now rolling out its web version giving users a privilege to complete their transactions as quickly as possible on both PC as well as iOS.

According to the recent announcements, this cross-platform service is getting widely popular and is also available in many offline as well as online stores as a payment option letting users check out on shopping sites, and send as well as receive money using a credit/debit card or a PayPal account.

After the account is set-up, it can easily be accessible on browsers such as Chrome, Firefox & Safari and also it is accessible in iPhone browsers also when its logged in.

Along with that, it holds the full potential to attract a huge user base across 20 countries which it presently operates making it a prominent contender with the Apple Pay which already supports on desktop & mobile, and also other payment services. However, the concerned fact is that how it’ll convince hundreds of thousands of merchants to consider this as a reliable payment option and add this new ‘Buy with Google Pay’ button to their checkout forms.

Google Pay seems to be a viable competitor to the Apple Pay and the Samsung Pay Service, how’s your experience with any of these payment services, share with us in the comment section down below.

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