Full of bugs dont even work. I get error "Google is unable to verify that your device or the software running on it is Android compatible". Totally useless. After the google credit card stops working I am going to cash out and never use google pay.
For the love of god enable the ability to use this while rooted I'd love to give a 5-star review and tell everyone how great this app/payment system is however its a little impossible considering I CAN'T USE IT while rooted. I find it absurd that we have to choose between root and android pay. You're a billion dollar company...surely thats enough to bankroll the team needed to figure this out so we can have both without compromising the integrity of the system.
I've used the app a few times now with my LG V10 and I LOVE it! The only suggestion for improvement I can think of is a "semantic" change in the app: Instead of calling the card at the top the "default" card, which makes some users feel changing the card when you want to pay with something different is some kind of workaround, why not call it the "active" card? That way the option to move other cards into the top slot to pay BEFORE checking out seems like an intuitive feature rather than a workaround. The method of changing the default card makes perfect sense to me in order to keep the app as simple, quick and easy to use as possible at checkouts, but I've read suggestions that it's not intuitive for users who like to use different cards. Personally, I don't want to see the process slowed down at the checkout by adding a step to choose a card.
Would love if it used all banks It would be nice to have physical and online based banks like Netspend by " Metabank " and other online based banks to be used on this system.
Works well when it works It works well when it works but it doesn't work everywhere. Certain stores have older nfc technology and if your card has a chip on it, it won't work in those places.
Multiple Card Hassle While the app is functional and well designed, there is one major flaw that I can't get past; no option to nickname a card. Imagine having three of the same type of credit card (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover) when you scan your card, you notice that you don't get a nice picture identifying your card, instead you get a solid colored card with the last four digits of the card number on it. How, (if you don't have the card memorized) do you tell the difference? Seems like a no-brainer, Google
• Receipt notifications for purchases in apps
• Bug fixes and UI updates
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