Google Wallet app has begun appearing on phones in many countries, and will replace Google Pay. Chaiti Sen, a Google spokesperson, stated that the company has “started rolling out Wallet for Android users in 39 countries” and will be available “to all users in the coming days. “ Google announced Wallet at the 2022 I/O eve. It is an app that allows you to manage all of your digital cards.
Wallet will replace Google Pay in most countries. It is being developed as an update for Google Pay, according to 9to5Google. Google stated that both Google Pay and Wallet would be available to users in the US, Singapore and other countries. You can still send money to your friends in these countries using Pay.
Before today’s implementation, Google had many iterations (and even more) of Wallet. It was originally an NFC payment app. Later, it became more flexible and included other payment features such as peer-to-peer money transfers. There was even a physical Google Wallet card. It was merged with Android Pay in 2018 to create Google Pay. That app is now starting to be Wallet again in most areas. This is another major change in the long list of changes Google has made to its payment apps. However, it will make it easier for you to store digital cards and to pay with your Android smartphone.