Nearly four months after Google Pay unified both Android Pay and Google Wallet under a single banner, Google is now beginning to rollout the service to desktop browsers and iOS devices. Specifically, desktop users should start seeing the feature on Chrome, Firefox, and Safari whenever they visit shopping sites.
If you’ve already got one of your cards (credit or debit) saved on Google Pay, the service automatically allows you to use it to make payments via your account on any platform, be it on the desktop or your mobile device. Additionally, the app automatically fills payment forms from sites visited on Chrome, allowing to you get to paying faster.
Google Pay also automatically updates itself whenever you renew your credit or debit card. The same is true if the bank issues you a new card that is about to expire; if that card is already on Google Pay, the details (i.e, expiration date, card number, CSV) are updated as soon as the card is issued.
At this time, Google Pay is only available to consumers in Australia, Canada, Poland, Russia, UK, and the US. Sadly, the app is not yet available in Malaysia, and Google has yet to announce if and when it will be bringing the service into the country.