Payments | 03 June 2015 | Shared from www.wired.com <
Google offered a payments service before announcing Android Pay last week.
It was called Google Wallet, and like Android Pay, it was a way of using your smartphone to pay for stuff in stores and online.
The name was new, but even that had a familiar ring, an echo of Apple Pay, the payments service that arrived on the iPhone to much fanfare last fall.
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