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Google Files offers up to ₹1000 in India for sharing files offline

Google released its smart file manager back in 2017 with the purpose of helping people remove junk and clean up their device easily. In addition, the software also has a built-in sharing feature to send files across devices without the need for an Internet connection. The app passed more than 100 million downloads in January, but it seems the number isn't high enough for the company. Indeed, in order to encourage people to use Files, Google is offering up to ₹1,000 that can be used for later purchases.

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Google Pay now supports custom credit card designs

People who feel strongly about their purchasing habits might consider a custom design for a credit card to be an extension of their personality — talk to Darrell Kennedy who got "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Terry Crews's approval via tweet to splash Terry Jeffords's likeness on her plastic. For the tap-and-go people who like to use their phones, Google Pay has had the capacity to support custom card designs for at least the past year. Now, as far as we know, we're seeing the first major bank to take on some unique card art for its mobile payment customers.

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MTA tickets in New York City will be supported in Google Pay starting May 31

One of the cumbersome things I deal with when traveling to a city with public transit is the transportation card. Not being used to carrying one and wanting to keep it safe but also quick to access, I struggle to find a decent place for it. Sometimes it's in my pocket, other times in my bag, and sometimes inside my phone's cover. So I can understand a daily commuter's annoyance of carrying these small, easily-losable cards around. That's why services like Google Pay, which aim to replace all your cards, including transit ones, are awesome. Transit card support has been slowly rolling out to various cities around the world, and now it's New York's time.

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[Update: 18 more banks] Google Pay adds 16 US banks and credit unions to its already enormous support list

Even though Google Pay is already supported by around 2,000 banks, Google somehow keeps finding new banks and credit unions to add. 14 more banks and credit unions in the US have been added with this update, though we fully expect to see even more in the coming weeks.

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Google Pay privacy settings are being kept a little too private, but Google's working on a fix

Living in Google's world means giving it a lot of your data, so it's important to take a peek at your privacy settings from time to time. You can't do that in Google Pay right now without a lot of leg work. A botched system update on Google's end has apparently hidden the privacy settings from most users, but Google is working on it.

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[Update: Should be fixed] Google Pay is broken for many in Android Q Beta 3

Beta releases tend to have bugs, and this latest one from Android Q Beta 3 might be a bit unfortunate for those of you who use contactless payments. Many on Beta 3 are reporting that Google Pay is broken, presumably because of a SafetyNet issue similar to the one from Android P DP4 last year.

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[Update: Couple more stragglers] Google Pay now available with 52 more banks and credit unions in the US

Even though Google Pay is already available from around 2,000 banks and credit unions in the United States, the support list somehow just keeps growing. This time around, there have been 15 new additions since our last update late last month.

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Google Pay adds new banks in Australia, France, Germany, Japan, Slovakia, Sweden, UK, and Ukraine

After Google Pay's recent launch in Switzerland, the service is now further expanding its availability in already supported areas by adding new banks. This time, there is quite a variety of different countries, but most of them receive just one new bank.

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Google Pay rolls out in Switzerland with support for Cornèrcard, Swiss Bankers, and more

Switzerland is known for many things, such as its beautiful mountains, lovely villages, and high living expenses. To make it easier for the Swiss to spend their hard-earned cash, Google is launching its mobile payment system in the country today. Google Pay's support documents speak of a rollout for customers of Cornèrcard, Bonuscard, Swiss Bankers, Revolut, and boon. As usual, only credit or debit cards are supported as payment methods.

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Google Pay can now be used to save Eurostar train tickets

Google Pay has improved steadily since the early days of Android Pay, with the ability to store boarding cards, coupons, and loyalty cards making it just about as useful as its iOS equivalent these days. You have been able to save local transportation tickets in certain cities for a while, but now the app is getting its first international rail partner.

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