Ready for prime time A global release could be imminent. Derrek Lee 5 Mar 2021 5 Source: Joe Maring / Android Central What you need to know The new Google Pay app is no longer listed as “early access” in the Play Store. Google is set to strip the old version of most of its features next month. This could mean Google is preparing to roll out the new app to more countries outside the U.S. The old version of the Google Pay app was recently and unsurprisingly given an expiration date as Google focuses on the new app experience. On April 5th, exactly a month from the time of writing, Google will strip the old app of most features that make it useful. As the new app had been available in the U.S. for months, the move was expected, bringing a new interface and focus on P2P transactions. Oddly, the new app was still listed as “early access,” despite being widely available, and even appeared in the beta tab of the Play Store… until now. Source: Android Central The new Google Pay app has apparently shed its early access status and is a full-fledged app. It also no longer… Read full this story
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