Google announced a new addition for Android Pay today.

With this introduction, Google will be bringing both Via and MasterCard compatibility to the Android Pay online service, allowing you to use more payment methods when you shop online.

You will be able to use these methods when you pay for items online, allowing you to make those payments with your fingerprint instead of a password.

More was explained with the following:

Today, Google announces strategic partnerships with Visa and Mastercard to bring Android Pay to more places on the mobile web.

Android Pay users will soon be able to pay on hundreds of thousands of new sites where Visa Checkout or Masterpass are accepted using their preferred device authentication method – like fingerprint recognition. No longer will users have to remember multiple usernames and passwords in order to checkout, saving them time and hassle.

You can also read more about it at the following source link.

Source Google

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