It’s now Possible to Pay Friends, Save Concert Tickets and Boarding Passes, with the Google Pay App

The newest Google Pay app features include peer-to-peer payments and the option to save both event tickets and boarding passes…

Google first introduced Google Pay as a way to pay in-store and online. It syncs with users’ Google Account into a handy wallet. Over the past few months, the app has gotten more service support. Now, it’s rolling out the ability to save boarding passes and event tickets, along with peer-to-peer payments.

New Google Pay App Features now Include Peer-to-Peer Payments, Boarding Passes, and Event Tickets

Instead of bouncing between two different apps, users can now just rely on one to pay friends. Users can easily request funds from up to give people simultaneously. Additionally, users don’t have to worry about forgetting concert tickets or boarding passes. These can now be stored in the Google Pay app. Currently, it works with Ticketmaster and Southwest. Soon, support will also be available for Eventbrite, Singapore Airlines, and Vueling.

Google Pay not only works on mobile devices, but it’s likewise accessible on the web. Either launch the app to manage payment information or navigate to pay.google.com.

Google sunset Android Pay back in February of this year when it first introduced Google Pay. In May, it brought the platform to desktop

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