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PayPal, Google Pay deepening ties to make mobile payments safer, faster

4 monthes ago   |   By Android Community

Earlier in January, Google rebranded all payment services into one and decided to call it Google Pay. It showed up first, at least the logo, on some Pixel and Android phones. More features and updates are still in the works and while we're waiting for the fully ready version, expect the tech giant to work...
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PayPal Now Being Fully Integrated Into Google Pay Ecosystem

PayPal Now Being Fully Integrated Into Google Pay Ecosystem

4 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

Google will soon start to offer PayPal as a payment method across its entire ecosystem as part of an extended partnership between Google Pay and the American money service. Bill Ready, chief operating officer and executive vice president at PayPal, said that consumers in the United States will be able to use PayPal as a payment option to pay across all Google apps once they add their PayPal account to any of Google's services such as Google Play or YouTube. The payment can be done without requiring the user to log in each time and without leaving the Google service in question.
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Google teams up with PayPal, making it easier to splash out on apps

Google teams up with PayPal, making it easier to splash out on apps

4 monthes ago   |   By Tech Radar

Google has teamed up with PayPal, making it easier to splash your cash on premium apps and services. It's been possible to flex your credit cards through Android Pay for a while now, but the PayPal collaboration means this will now be offered as a payment option as well. You can't buy hardware with your Google-connected PayPal account, so you'll have to use a more traditional method to buy that Google Home speaker you've had your eye on, but everything else is fair game.
How to connect PayPal to Google
To connect your PayPal account, open the Google Play Store and find a premium app, then...
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PayPal now offers payments in Gmail, Google Pay, YouTube and more

4 monthes ago   |   By Beta News

PayPal has extended its partnership with Google so it now offers more payment options to its customers. By integrating more deeply with Google, PayPal now allow you to seamlessly make payments in the likes of Gmail, YouTube, Google Pay and Google Store. As there is support for any service that makes use of Google Pay, users will also be able to make peer-to-peer payments. SEE ALSO: PayPal buys Swedish fintech company iZettle PayPal is ready to get into traditional banking with debit cards, loans and more Google quietly relegates 'Don't be evil' from its Code of Conduct PayPal has been...
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Google Pixel camera app is getting support for external microphones

Google Pixel camera app is getting support for external microphones

Google recently launched their new Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL smartphones and now it has been revealed that the Pixel Camera app will support external microphones. This feature was... Read more ...

Google's Pixel camera app to receive external mic support

Google's Pixel camera app to receive external mic support

Google's Pixel phones may be known for their incredible photo and video-taking prowess, but audio recording is one area in which the handset range could stand to see a little... Read more ...

Facebook Messenger Unsend Option Possibly Being Developed

Facebook Messenger Unsend Option Possibly Being Developed

There are some chat apps that allow you to unsend a message a few moments after it has been sent. The feature comes in very handy when a message is sent to a person that it's... Read more ...

What comes next after VPNs?

What comes next after VPNs?

For many years - decades even - enterprise and consumer users alike have looked to Virtual Private Networks to add security to their applications across networks and Internet... Read more ...

Read-it-later app Pocket turns saved web pages into a personal podcast

Read-it-later app Pocket turns saved web pages into a personal podcast

Mozilla has released a major update for Pocket that reads saved articles aloud so you can catch up hands-free. The new feature, Listen, effectively turns pages stored in Pocket... Read more ...

Pokemon Go just had its biggest month of the year

Pokemon Go just had its biggest month of the year

Pokemon Go had its biggest month of 2018 in September, grossing nearly $85 million - the game's highest revenue gross since November 2017. According to estimates by Sensor... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: Bill Assistant, Tiny, Spin Spell and More

Today's Apps Gone Free: Bill Assistant, Tiny, Spin Spell and More

Pay bills on time, record and share your babys heartbeat, and learn to spell with todays collection of apps and games. All app prices are subject to change at any time and... Read more ...

Apple has started collecting data for Maps on foot using a specially...

Apple has started collecting data for Maps on foot using a specially equipped backpack

Photos taken by a bystander show that for what is believed to be the first time ever, Apple is collecting data for the Maps app on foot. One person was spotted in San Francisco... Read more ...

Today's Apps Gone Free: Bill Assistant, Tiny, Spin Spell and More

Today's Apps Gone Free: Bill Assistant, Tiny, Spin Spell and More

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Wingnut AR Pest Control shows augmented reality can be silly

Wingnut AR Pest Control shows augmented reality can be silly

Wingnut AR showed off its first augmented reality app for the Magic Leap One Creator Edition. It was a pretty wacky game, as you might expect from the creative minds at Peter... Read more ...