German mobile bank N26 announced on Tuesday it is now offering Google Pay to its customers in Belgium, Ireland, Slovakia and Spain.
Google Pay enables Android users to quickly and easily pay with their phones. To use Google Pay, customers will need to download the Google Pay app from the Google Play Store and then sign up for Google Pay, add the preferred credit and debit cards and are ready to go. Using Google Pay in a shop, the customer simply needs to hold the phone near a contactless terminal and the payment will be complete.
The Google Pay app also offers a full overview of all transactions, together with nearby local offers and stores. Under the cards tab, it shows all individual credit, debit, reward, and gift cards. If customers collect loyalty points, Google Pay will alert them when they can use them.
the app crossed the 100 million downloads threshold on the Play Store.
Last week, Google Pay crossed 100 million Android downloads threshold on the Play Store. All four major banks in the U.S., Chase Bank, Wells Fargo, Citibank, and Bank of America support the NFC-based mobile payment service by Google, according to DigitalTrends.