Google is rolling out a new mobile payment app that lets you pay with your mobile device, in one step.
The Google Pay app lets you buy, pay, and manage your money from your phone, as well as from your browser.
It also lets you transfer funds between your accounts on multiple devices.
The company announced the new Google Pay mobile app, which will be available in India, at the Google I/O developers conference this week.
The new app lets users buy, buy, and pay for goods, services, and perks using their mobile device.
Google says the new app will work across the Android, iOS, and web.
The service will be free for existing users and is slated to launch in the coming months.
You can now pay for anything on Google’s platform, from restaurants to cars to home services.
“The Google Pay service is designed to simplify, streamline, and accelerate the way we manage, value, and provide value to our customers,” Google told VentureBeat.
“We’re proud to be the first global company to deliver this service on Android and iOS.”
It’s important to note that Google Pay is not a traditional payments app, but a new, “futuristic” mobile payment experience.
“Google Pay is an innovative, fintech-inspired mobile payments platform that lets merchants, merchants’ agents, and users pay with their phones, tablets, and laptops,” Google wrote in a blog post.
The app also lets users transfer money from their mobile devices to accounts in the Google Wallet app on the Google Play Store.
Google said it hopes to launch Google Pay in India by early 2019.
Google Pay has its own payment system, and it doesn’t rely on Google Wallet, but it does use some other third-party services to help manage and pay.
Google Wallet is available in more than 300 countries, including India, the US, and many other countries, according to Google.
It was launched last year in India.
It has a very similar design to Google Wallet in that it’s a web app that uses Google Payments.
Google’s Android mobile app is a $49.99 monthly subscription.
It’s available on Android, Windows Phone, iOS and BlackBerry.