Google Pay: Save and Pay

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About this app

Important update:
The U.S. version of the standalone Google Pay app will no longer be available for use starting June 4, 2024.

If you use your Android phone to shop in stores where Google Pay is accepted, you can continue to tap to pay in stores with the Google Wallet app.

Here are the key changes and important dates:
As of Feb 22, 2024 you will no longer be able to view or activate deals in the app. If you previously activated a deal, and are still waiting for cash back, regular reward timelines apply.

Changes to peer-to-peer payments: As of June 4, 2024, you will no longer be able to send, request or receive money from others through the U.S. version of the Google Pay app.

Manage your Google Pay balance from the Google Pay app until June 4: You can use the U.S. version of the Google Pay app until June 4, 2024 to view and transfer your Google Pay balance to your bank account. You can continue to view and transfer your funds to your bank account after June 4, 2024 from the Google Pay website.

If you have linked accounts on Google Pay to monitor your transactions and insights, you’ll still be able to view your transactions on the Google Pay website in the transactions tab after June 4, 2024. If you wish to disconnect your accounts after June 4, 2024, you will be able to unlink them on the Google Pay website.

If you've used the Google Pay app in the US to send money with Wise from the US to India or Singapore, this feature and related transaction information will no longer be available in the app starting June 4, 2024. This does not impact your Wise account, which you can continue to access at

Google Payment Corporation's Customer Service and Error Resolution Policy and applicable processes still apply to report unauthorized transactions related to Google Pay. If you have any further questions about your balance in the app, you can learn more about your Google Pay balance.

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*Payments processed by Google Payment Corp., a licensed money transmitter (NMLS ID: 911607). Licensed as a money transmitter by the NY State Dept. of Financial Services and to Transmit Money By Check, Draft or Money Order By The Department of Banking and Securities, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. To learn more about Google Payments, visit the Google Payments Help Center.

Updated on
May 23, 2024

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Location, Personal info and 8 others
Data is encrypted in transit
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Ratings and reviews

10.3M reviews
Jeigh Tushick
May 5, 2024
I have a love hate for Google pay, because it used to be so beautiful and amazing. So this is an edit update: I used to be able to link all my cards up and literally just send money from one debit card to the other as much as I wanted and virtually free. We could avoid paying these "instant transfer" fees and use one email account. Could do credit card balance transfers and close all credit accounts at 0% utilization right on their close dates. Now u have to use multiple emails and accounts...
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Duane Soul (Soul G03)
December 29, 2023
I've been using it for a while. Really convenient not needing to dig for my wallet everytime. My only wish is that there was some way to get digital receipts when you pay, and they appear in the wallet/pay app. Pretty sure the checkout retail needs to update in order to achieve this, but you'd think saving paper receipts would be good motivation. Still... It's a great app.
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Anthony Zed
February 15, 2024
To view your card info you have to open up chrome and go to autofill. If you want to adjust payment settings you need to go the Google app instead. But if you want to tap-to-pay you use google wallet, but if you want to view your transactions you have to use this pointless app. Google took the concept of uncomplicated, convenient, and all in one place, and said "let's do the polar opposite!" Half of google searches are just people troubleshooting stupid issues that Google itself created
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