Google Wallet Finally Allows Users To Add Any Debit Or Credit Card To Their Account
The moment many Google Wallet users have been waiting for has finally arrived. Users now have the ability to add any debit or credit card to their Google Wallet account thanks to today’s update. Google has moved the app to the cloud to provide a more secure method of storing your card information. Now, instead of using the secure storage area on your phone, Google stores your payment cards on highly secure Google servers.
Additional security has also been implemented, allowing users to to remotely disable their mobile wallet should their phone become lost or stolen. The process is easy and provides users with a better sense of security when it comes to mobile payments.
I, for one, am ecstatic over this news, as I absolutely love seeing people’s faces when I use my phone to pay for something (not to mention I enjoy the convenience). After I bled through my Google Wallet credit, I’ve been aching for the ability to add another form of payment, and now, it’s finally here!
The new Google Wallet app is now available in the Google Play Store, and if you’d like more information on the app and all of the new changes, be sure to hit up the source links provided below.