The new Google Payment API, which will work with both verified credit or debit cards linked to a Google account, is launching to enable faster payments in apps and online by requiring only a security code or authentication with an Android device to complete a purchase.
Google release the developer preview of the new Android O this week and that reveal some interesting new detail about the upcoming OS.
If you've got a device that's enrolled in the Android O Beta Program, you can check for this update by going into Settings System System updates.
During yesterday's Google I/O keynote, Google shared some of the new things they are working on the Android Pay realm.
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"Part of Android's mission is to bring computing to everyone", Burke wrote in his blog post.
Google already allows apps and websites to use Android Pay, but that is obviously limited to Android devices. To help developers fine-tune their own apps, Google has launched a "Building for Billions" Web page with technical tools and checklists for handling devices with a variety of connectivity, range, data management, and battery capabilities.
Android users will finally say goodbye to the weird emoji blobs of the operating system once Google rolls out Android O. "Most of these users are in emerging markets". If so, you've got a new update coming your way.
As of late 2016, 95 percent of the world's 7 billion-plus population now has access to cellular coverage and "there are nearly as many mobile-cellular subscriptions as people on earth", according to the International Telecommunication Union's "Measuring the Information Society" report. Moreover, Google has also announced a new service called Photo Books that allows users to create incredible books which you can physically send it to any one you like. The I/O has always been a conference for developers and consequently is not event where the big bang, most exciting announcements are made by Google.
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