Google has begun rolling out its Google Pay payment service to more people, therefore replacing Android Pay and Google Wallet entirely. The company announced not too long ago that it would be merging the two existing platforms into a singular service called Google Pay, and now it looks like that changed is coming to more and more users.
Google Pay will arrive for existing Android Pay users as an over-the-air update through the Play Store which will replace the current app with a newer one. You’ll be able to access all of your credit, debit, loyalty, and gift cards right from the app’s second pane, while the main screen will be home to your most frequently and commonly used payment methods.
Google Wallet is also getting replaced with Google Pay Send. The service will eventually be integrated into the main Google Pay experience, but for now, there are still two separate apps to send money and pay for things. Luckily, both apps will share the same design language.
Most users can expect Google Pay to hit their smartphones in the coming days.