Google Wallet is a digital wallet that allows consumers to store their credit and debit cards, offers, and more, and securely access them anytime right from their smartphone.
With Google Wallet, consumers can easily pay in-store and online. At I/O, we're making it easy for developers to build a shopping experience for their users that makes it simple to purchase and gets out of the way with the Google Wallet Instant Buy API and the Google Wallet Objects API.
Instant Buy API - Today, we are inviting U.S. developers to sign up for our new Google Wallet Instant Buy Android API, which makes buying in native Android apps fast and easy. For more information, please see our blog post here.
- Wallet Objects API - Today at Google I/O, we announced the Google Wallet Objects API, which allows developers to start building object types (think loyalty cards, offers, boarding passes, tickets and more) to be saved to Google Wallet. For more information, please see our blog post here.
- Send money in Gmail - Today, we’re announcing a new feature of Google Wallet that allows U.S. Gmail users to send money to friends, family, etc., without leaving their inbox. For more information, please see our blog post here.
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