New Google Pay App Is No Longer in “Early access” Stage
The new Google Pay app that was launched in early access or preview mode has been found to work with stability as users have started to report its congeniality with them, and the Play Store has stopped showing anymore that it’s the preview mode of the app.
In the latter half of the last year, Google restored its mobile payments services only making the app more helpful and exclusive for its users. But the newer version was earlier launched for places only within the United States for “early access”, and there was an invite component that users had to use to download Google Pay on their android devices. In addition, users who had joined in November or later are directed to the beta mode of the app.
After opening the Play Store while we can find the same old reviews shared by users, we don’t see the tag of “early access” with the app any longer. At the same time, Google Pay Old App as it was renamed with the arrival of the new app has stopped popping up when you search in the Play Store. And as we try to access it through listing, we as users are told to “start using the new app to send and receive money.” “All the best features will still be there, and you’ll be able to track spending, get insights, and more!”.
It is expected that the app will be available for its wide use for users in countries all around the world. Currently, people from only India, Singapore, and The United States can access and enjoy its features.
Not only would the app make online money transactions and payments a lot easier and safer for people across the world, but users would also prefer it for the reliability that Google as a tech giant has secured since its beginnings. It only needs to make it available for the wide use that we hope must be in process.