When Android Pay launched a few months ago, Android users with compatible phones gained the ability to pay for goods and services with a single tap of their phone. Since then, over 1 million merchants in the USA have signed up to accept Android Pay payments.

Google has now unveiled the next evolution of Android Pay, in-app payment. This Paypal-esque feature will allow users to pay for in-app purchases using their preferred Android Pay payment method.

Over the next few months, more and more app developers will be rolling out compatibility for the in-app payments. To kick off this new feature, several merchants are offering special limited-time deals when purchases are made using Android Pay.

  • $20 off on OpenTable dining
  • $10 off your Lyft ride
  • $10 off DoorDash
  • 30% off Vinted

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Google also announced that they will be bringing Android Pay to Australia in the first half of 2016 and more countries to be announced.

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