Disables itself after a few minutes. Forces me to go to the play store and enable it each time I want to pay. Was working fine before my Huawei watch 2 updated itself a few days ago.
Works well on my Pixel XL 2. 1 star because it cannot easily be used with rooted phone. Edit: Back to 5 stars when I got a reply (hope they really are looking at options). I was just being bitter, remembering the good old days. Really think it's a well designed app that got even better now that it's Google Pay. Edit2: Google Pay and Google Pay Send should be in the same app. Back to 1 star.
I love the app when it works. I store all my rewards cards and it makes using them and paying a breeze. At BJ'S Wholesale where they have Android pay. Unfortunately, it is a flip of the coin if the app works or not. Apple pay runs smoothly at these locations.Update: The app mostly works now. I have no problem connecting most times. I would love the option of having to enter a pin before authorizing a purchase. Walmart and CVS pay does this. I feel better just in case I lose my phone and it is unlocked.Update (2/22/18): The app works great now. I rarely use my physical credit cards or bank cards. My only grip is isthe lack of of an option to require a pin to use the app. Samsung Pay, Walmart Pay and CVS require a 4 digit pin to open the app. Relying on the screen lock makes no sense since the timeout could be 2 minute thus leaving your phone vulnerable.
Two steps forwards, one step back. Good to see an update and unifying all payments on Google via this platform, but a less quick interface. It's less easy to get to loyalty cards now. A lot more taps to do the same thing as before. Not what you want when trying to speed up contactless payments. A shame. Previous review: Works, seamlessly and well and no issues at all. Would like it to show branding for loyalty cards and support more types of "ticket" but does exactly what it promises to do. Keep at it Google!
Don't like it solely for the fact that it doesn't have a security measure like asking for fingerprint or pin confirmation for a payment. I'd rather use Samsung pay which behaves just like Apple pay, asking you for a fingerprint/pin confirmation when paying. Another thing I disliked was the NFC control. It just switched it on and left it like that. On my S-pay app, the NFC is automatically switched off after the payment. Make these adjustments and I may comeback.
Samsung Pay is far far more superior. Google pay is vulnerable as no security option, it also doesn't work where there is no Tap To Pay feature, but Samsung Pay works everywhere. Also fingerprint/IRIS authentication is available in Samsung Pay which is missing in Google Pay. Overall it's good for old-school aging Pixel users and other cheap android devices, not a good option for Samsung flagships.
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