Google Pay in its efforts to provide the best experience to its customers, is working on revamping its digital payment service, Google Pay. The online payment service could add support for QR codes to make peer-to-peer payments faster and easier.
There are a number of services for digital payments that offer peer-to-peer transactions for their customers and it’s been years since the feature came into being. Originally known as Android Pay renamed it as Google Pay service, is reportedly working on the similar technology i.e., QR code for peer-to-peer payments on Google Pay.
This news is leaked by Jane Manchun Wong a person that has leaked quite a number of unreleased Android features as of late. And now her latest discovery suggests Google Pay is working on adding QR code payment support to its application.
Google Pay is working on QR code for peer-to-peer payments pic.twitter.com/HxcYV8K2Be
— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) September 21, 2018
For those unfamiliar with the process, when you install Google Pay and want to make most out of it by filling up all the details, by default you are given a unique Google Pay QR code which you can use as a way to get paid. Needless to say that from the person you are receiving the payments have to have your QR code.
The digital payment service market has seen a lot of growth over the last couple of years. The market has been growing ever since and now it has hit a massive popularity that even apps like Facebook Messenger are forced to build support for this in their platforms too.