Adding to the list of support smartphones using Google Wallet, Google have this week announced that more smartphones are now supporting Google Wallet including : Sprint’s HTC One, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy S4 and US Cellular’s Note II.
Google Wallet will now enable owners of these smartphone to use NFC-based contactless payments to purchase goods in store that support NFC payments.
“Google Wallet holds your credit and debit cards, offers, and rewards cards. With this latest release, you can use any card from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover in conjunction with the app.
To pay in-store, select the card you want to use, and then just tap your phone to any contactless point of sale terminal. Payment information is transmitted via near field communication (NFC). Shortly after you’ll see a transaction record with merchant name and dollar amount on your phone.
Google Wallet keeps you safe and secure. The app has its own PIN, and if you lose your phone, you can remotely disable your mobile wallet.”
The latest Google Wallet Android application is now available to download from the Google Play store for free.
Source: GoogleFiled Under: Mobile Phone News