Google Pay, their unified payments system that took over from both Google Wallet and Android Pay, is now expanding to more places with Google announcing that it’s coming to both the desktop, and iOS, though only through the web.
When they launched Google Pay in February, the company outlined that Google Pay would be live through both ‘apps and websites you love’, though it seems to have been limited to select partners like Airbnb, Dice, Fandango, HungryHouse and Instacart. This latest incarnation appears to be a broadening of that.
According to Google, you’ll be able to see the Google Pay option in browsers like Chrome, Safari, and Firefox, with the added bonus that if you’re on a Pixelbook and have a card saved to Google Pay, you can use it with your iPhone.
In terms of local partners, you can pay with Google Pay through websites like JB HiFi, Deliveroo and Wish, though we expect this to expand as Google works with local partners.
If your bank supports it, then maybe it’s time to setup Google Pay if you haven’t already.