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Google Pay adds international transfers, but destinations are limited for now

Google Pay adds international transfers, but destinations are limited for now

Google Pay, especially after its excellent redesign, has become the go-to app among Android users for sending money to friends and family. But one feature that it has sorely lacked is international transfers — something that is indispensable to ex-pats and remote workers. Saving you quite a bit of effort, Google Pay is introducing foreign transfers to its US users, although you can only send money to India and Singapore at the moment.

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The old Google Pay is dead — long live the new Google Pay

The old Google Pay is dead — long live the new Google Pay

Google Pay was refreshed late last year with an all-new interface and a reworked direction. In addition to mobile payments, the app has expanded to support food orders, online shopping with exclusive discounts, and budget tracking. It's a big switch for users, and while many have likely adjusted to the new experience by now, others have stayed on the older, simplified UI. Unfortunately, time has run out for anyone procrastinating on downloading the new app, as Google has put one final nail in the coffin of the legacy version of Pay.

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Google Pay India adds new cards for tap and pay — these are all the banks it supports so far

Google Pay India adds new cards for tap and pay — these are all the banks it supports so far

Google Pay in India (formerly Tez) quickly rose in popularity to become almost synonymous with the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) — the very platform it’s based on. Last September, the company announced plans to expand beyond UPI payments to support tokenized cards, but nothing materialized even months after that initial teaser. It looks like Google Pay India is finally adding credit and debit cards as a supported payment option, though it isn't live for everyone yet.

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Google Workspace users are finally getting invited to try out the new version of Google Pay

Google Workspace users are finally getting invited to try out the new version of Google Pay

Google seems to be trying to make the new Google Pay do everything for everyone. As usual, its own Workspace users are a little behind the curve, despite literally paying Google to use its software. That situation might be coming to a close: today a few lucky Workspace users are being invited to test out the new system with their work accounts.

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Google Pay now supports over 3,000 US banks — is yours one of them?

Google Pay now supports over 3,000 US banks — is yours one of them?

Since its initial release, Google Pay has come a long way, with a complete redesign now under its belt. Today marks a long-awaited milestone for the mobile payment app, as the service has finally surpassed more than 3,000 banks in the US. In fact, after adding these 15 new partners, Google's grand total now sits at 3,001.

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Google Pay is now compatible with 61 more financial institutions around the world

Google Pay is now compatible with 61 more financial institutions around the world

Google Pay is already compatible with an impressive number of banks and banks and financial institutions across the world, but this doesn't mean the list can't grow. Indeed, since our last update, the list has been further expanded with 61 new partners across 19 countries

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Google Pay can now save you time and money at Safeway grocery stores

Google Pay can now save you time and money at Safeway grocery stores

If Google was a person, it would be really, really into Google Pay right now, in the way of recent religious converts or someone who just got a compliment from their crossfit instructor. In addition to multiple free money promotions for the revitalized version of the app, Google is adding more and more features to it regularly. The latest batch is more built-in coupon support, more compatibility with public transit payments, and better searching through your purchases.

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Google Pay's latest promo gives you $15 for signing up a buddy

Google Pay's latest promo gives you $15 for signing up a buddy

The revitalized Google Pay isn't everyone's cup of tea. But if there's one thing that'll get you to try something new, it's free money. Google hasn't shied away from straight-up paying people to use its service before, and it looks like at least some users will get another chance to cash in. A new promotion is offering $15 in Pay credit to those who sign up a new user via a referral link, with a bonus $5 going to the newbie. That's $10 over the standard promotional rate for you.

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Google Pay just gave you an extra 11 days to earn your free $30

Google Pay just gave you an extra 11 days to earn your free $30

When billion dollar corporations offer to pay you for something you're already doing, take that opportunity while it's there. Starting April 12, Google Pay is launching the Spring Challenge, a 10-day contest to perform tasks that will potentially earn a gift of $30. It's not quite as easy or straightforward as dropping by the store every day to buy packs of gum, but it should be easy enough, and you can even help your friends.

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The curious case of Google Pay's disappearing American Express cards has been fixed

The curious case of Google Pay's disappearing American Express cards has been fixed

On Thursday, many American Express customers that had their cards loaded into Google Pay received a notice that their cards had been removed from the app. The cause was apparently a certificate issue, and over the next day or so, some customers had intermittent problems attempting to re-add their cards to Google Pay. We're told the issue has since been resolved, and though your disabled cards probably won't automatically reappear, you should be able to add them back now without any issue.

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