Google Pay is the fast, simple way to send money to friends and pay online. Getting started with the app or on the web is easy. Just add a card, and you’re ready to go.

Google Pay lets you add a card from any bank, then easily update your payment methods, billing info, and shipping info. Plus, you can see all your transactions in an easy-to-track place.

Pay your friends, or better yet, get paid by them with Google Pay. No more IOUs. No more bank transfers. Just a quick way to pay using the cards already in your wallet.

With Google Pay, you don’t have to remember all your card details or fill out endless forms on your phone. Just add your card in the Google Pay app and spend less time checking out, and more time checking in.

Google Pay protects your payment info with multiple layers of security, using one of the world’s most advanced security infrastructures to help keep your account safe.

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What's New

Version 24.2.009

- Add and manage cards from any bank
- Get helpful info, like recent activity and tips, on the new Home tab
- Request money from up to 5 people at once
- See all of your transactions in one convenient place

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

42.4K Ratings
42.4K Ratings

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I thought Google Wallet was great. It was pretty fast, free, and I was able to pay my old roommate by the flick of a finger.

It wasn't too bad of an app. Until I came across a problem.

I sent my significant other money to pay some of our bills. He had set up his bank account, verified it, and set his bank account to his primary method of sending and receiving money.

When he got a confirmation email, it told him it was being sent to his "MasterCard." (He doesn't have a MasterCard.)

We called customer service, got talked over and HUNG UP ON. The second CSR also talked over him and raised his voice. Turns out, that MasterCard was MY debit card. They tried to use the excuse that my card was the oldest method of payment (it wasn't, he had another debit card on there far older than mine), so the system chose that over his primary. The CSR argued with us. Literally argued with us about this.

The funny thing is! We never physically added my card! Once, we had used my card to pay a bill within his browser. (Google Chrome.) Chrome took it upon itself to save my card info and add it to his Google Wallet account.

We tried on both ends to stop the transfer, but Wallet told us it was impossible. So, I have $2,250 going out of my account for a few days to *hopefully* be returned in a timely manner BACK INTO my OWN account.

How stupid is that!?

Stick with Venmo, Paypal or Square Cash


The incompetence of the Google Pay team I’ve been dealing with is unbelievable. I used the service once with no issues, but for over 10 DAYS I have been unable to claim $ sent to me due to an “unusual activity” error. No less than 5 times have I been assured that there is no hold or error with my account, and that the problem has been fixed. I am not even able to transfer the funds to the in-app balance nor my secondary checking account. I’ve attempted to ask if I needed to verify my identity, provide a checking account, to no avail. The money will automatically be returned to the sender in 3 days if this is not resolved.

It is absolutely inexcusable that their CSR team blatantly lies and has absolutely no idea what to do when their service has hiccups. Really never would’ve expected this from a typically stellar company.

I love it


I actually like google pay/wallet! It send money fast and free without those fees! Grant it you have to make sure your card is updated! As you get a new card make sure you update that with google pay. Google pay don’t automatically fill in a card for you, unless you select that option! They’re smart but not that smart! So make sure you select a good using card as default! And make sure the card that is selected as default has money on it!! Other than that I’ve never had a problem with it. Left the cash app, square, zelle, and all that stuff bcuZ it was just too much.!


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