Google brings Google Wallet to mobile websites

Google brings Google Wallet to mobile websites

Google is really focused on Google Wallet right now, and they are trying their best to offer it to the masses with the best type of services available. Google is now expanding the Google Wallet payments to mobile websites. At the moment, the service is available for select websites, like 1-800-Flowers.com, Rockport.com, and FiveGuys.com. May be this is the update we heard about a few days ago.

So what’s the point behind this service? Google is trying to make things simple here, instead of adding your  credit card and billing information every time you do shopping, now all you have to do is to sign-in in your Google Wallet account and voila.

Well, the number of sites offering the new feature is very limited but hopefully soon Google will increase the number, and may be a time will come when the option is available on on almost every mobile website. So Google Wallet users, don’t forget to share your thoughts with us in the comment box below.

Source: Google

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30 Comments

  1. Aadam Gibson
    November 05, 00:32 Reply

    Hey!! Works flawlessly! I use it all the time. Google Wallet stores our credit and debit cards, offers, loyalty cards and every time we do shopping

  2. Adirolfx
    November 05, 08:57 Reply

    Wait, when is this coming to my phone? (AT&T???)

  3. raitchison
    November 05, 10:02 Reply

    They should be focusing on enabling Wallet on every NFC phone whether the carriers like it or not.

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