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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 is adding support for UPI payments over NFC

Google Pay is adding support for UPI payments over NFC

In India, Google Pay primarily revolves around sending money via UPI, the country's leading digital payment platform. It was only last year that the India-exclusive version of the app got support for debit and credit card payments over NFC. Now, Google is looking to further improve the mobile payment solution with NFC-initiated UPI payments.

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Google Pay adds 10 more banks in the US

Google Pay adds 10 more banks in the US

Google's newest version of Pay takes the focus off of NFC transactions, but being able to cash out with your phone at the grocery store is still the best part of the app. If you've been waiting for your bank to add support for Google Pay, you might want to look again — 22 additional financial institutions have been added since earlier this month.

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Google Pay adds more support for your side hustle

Google Pay adds more support for your side hustle

Google Pay already works with about 3,000 partners, but that doesn't hinder it from continuing to support more banks and credit unions. After adding 89 financial institutions to the list last month, the mobile payment service just added another 67 just in the US.

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Google Pay gains support for 84 financial institutions across the globe

Google Pay gains support for 84 financial institutions across the globe

Google's mobile payment app continues to support a growing number of banks and financial institutions across the world. Since our last update, 84 banks and credit unions are now compatible with Google Pay across 24 countries. Interestingly, the majority of them are in Canada, with a whopping 57 new ones.

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GPay offers personalized insights on your 2020 spending habits

GPay offers personalized insights on your 2020 spending habits

Spotify's Wrapped campaign turned out to be an ingenious marketing tool and more companies seem to be realizing the benefits of offering personalized, year-end insights to help generate word of mouth. GPay is jumping on the bandwagon with its own 2020 rewind stats.

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New Google Pay app is rolling out dark mode with latest beta (APK Download)

New Google Pay app is rolling out dark mode with latest beta (APK Download)

In the last couple of months, Google Pay has undergone a tremendous amount of transformation, both in terms of its looks and function. Google merged the international Pay app with its Indian counterpart (formerly called Tez) following the latter’s Flutter rewrite and it even got a new logo quite recently. But unlike most other Google services, the new GPay has so far lacked a proper dark mode, but that's finally making its way to the beta version of the app.

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The new Google Pay app is rolling out now in the US (APK Download)

The new Google Pay app is rolling out now in the US (APK Download)

Google has flipped the switch on its new Google Pay app and site slightly ahead of schedule. Though a formal release is still scheduled for just a bit in the day, the Play Store listing for the new app has expanded to the US, and you can download it now.

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