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Android Pay starts working within applications

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Google is surprised at the acceptance that its mobile payment system, Android Pay, is having in the United States, pointing out that there are currently more than a million physical places that allow users to pay with this system with a simple touch on your mobile devices.

In addition, Google has just taken the next step for Android Pay, allowing today the possibility of making payments from many of the mobile applications available for the United States, including OpenTable, Lyft or Jet.com, among others.With this, avoid again that users have to take out their credit cards or make mistakes by typing on the screen, reducing everything to a simple touch on the Android Pay button integrated within the application they use.

In this regard, it encourages developers who want to integrate Android Pay into their applications to visit the developer site for information about the Android Pay API. With this, it will be favored that in the coming months the number of mobile applications with support for payments through Android Pay increases.

Lastly, Google intends to take Android Pay globally, something that will begin to occur from next year (2016), where the first market, after the United States, will be Australia, for which the company is working with many of the major financial institutions.