Google Wallet Finally Comes To iOS | Cult of Mac

Google Wallet Finally Comes To iOS



Good news, Google Wallet users — you can now access your account on your iOS device with an official Google Wallet app. You can use it to make payments to friends, track your loyalty cards, and access nearby offers. One feature you won’t find, however, is tap-to-pay, which relies on NFC connectivity.

Google Wallet’s best feature is tap-to-pay, which makes it incredibly quick and easy to purchase goods in supported stores all over the U.S. using only your smartphone. But of course, the iPhone is yet to get NFC connectivity, and without it, tap-to-pay isn’t possible.

Nevertheless, Google Wallet still has lots of useful features, including the ability to send cash to friends via email, loyalty card tracking, and local offers. You can also use the app to view your Google Wallet balance, and to see your latest transactions.

Google Wallet for iOS is free and available to download now in the United States; you’ll find it in the App Store by clicking the source link below.

Source: App Store