Get Google Wallet for all the ways you shop.
Google Wallet stores your payment information, transaction history, offers and more. Everything is synced to the cloud — giving you one wallet on whatever device you use, for in-store and online shopping. You can access your Google Wallet by downloading the Google Wallet mobile app or by using Google Wallet online
– Add your Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express into your Google Wallet and use them for in-store purchases anywhere Google Wallet is accepted. If you already have an online Google Wallet account, your cards will be automatically synced to your Google Wallet app.
The Google Wallet online service is a free service that lets you carry your wallet on the web. It securely stores your credit card information in your Google Account so you don’t have to enter your billing and shipping information each time you shop online. When you checkout at online merchants that accept Google Wallet, you can quickly pay by signing in to Google Wallet.
What is Google Wallet? Google has kicked off a new mobile payment system, but there’s a lot of confusion about how it works, where it works, and why anyone would want to use it. In this Nutshell, we set out to cover some of the basics of Google Wallet and help folks understand what it’s all about. It really does stand a very good chance of revolutionizing how we pay for stuff.
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