Android Pay Software


Android Pay is a cloud-based secure digital wallet application designed for processing payments using tablets and smartphone devices.

Designed for Android devices, this application allows users to add their cards to an NFC-enabled Android device and use their mobile devices instead of credit cards to make payments in retail stores.

Android Pay also serves as an alternative to Google Wallet. Users can make purchases through its Android app and make payments for other Android services, such as movies and music.

Android Pay uses virtual account numbers instead of bank account or card details. This helps to add a security layer to making payments. Users who have a fingerprint-reader feature in their smartphones can authenticate their payments using their fingerprints.

Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7 , Windows Vista , Windows XP , Mac OS , Linux , HP-UX , AIX , Solaris , Unix , IBM OS/400 , Web browser (OS agnostic) , Windows 2000 , Windows 8 , Windows 10

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  • Amogh from Deloitte Consulting US-India Pvt. Ltd.

    Specialty: Health & personal care

    Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees

    July 2018

    Works like a charm!

    Ease-of-use
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    N/A
    Pros

    * Very convenient, most awaited payment service for android users.
    * Its very easy and user friendly interface and obviously very secure.
    * Its not just on the smartphones. It can be used on wider scale, on a lot of ecommerce sites as well

    Cons

    * Since it a new technology, its still catching up on a lot of fronts, so we cant leave all our cards at home just yet.
    * It works only if your phone is unlocked, which can be annoying at times

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  • samuel from University

    Specialty: Antiques / art

    Number of employees: 1 employee

    June 2018

    Android pay the solution for paying your bills

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
    Support
    Value for Money

    Payments of goods and services have been made easier, faster and secure using Android pay

    Pros

    Compatible with almost all android devices
    Allows you to link many cards and it is easy to use
    Payments are fast and secure when using Android pay

    Cons

    Not compatible with Windows and Apple devices
    Cannot be used with people who do not have smartphones and computers
    This software takes a lot of time to setup

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  • Julius from EAC YOUTH

    Specialty: Gifts

    Number of employees: 51-200 employees

    June 2018

    Android pay is simply the best software for cashless transactions.

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    Android pay is a great money companion, i have it with me always and I don't need to worry about money for shopping.

    Pros

    very easy to use, allows a variety of cards to be linked, allows you to get records of transactions anytime anywhere, being mobile and secured with a pin makes it more secure, the bio-metric identification on during payments is a great added security feature.

    Cons

    Sometimes fingerprint sensor is slow which slows payments, not best for international credit and debit cards, not so many stores accept use of android pay but its getting popular.

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  • Moses from MAESTROS LEADERSHIP TEAM

    Specialty: Gifts

    Number of employees: 11-50 employees

    June 2018

    Android pay is a better cashless payment method in pricing and ease of use.

    Ease-of-use
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    Value for Money

    Its a great software worth having as a shopper who needs convenience and cashless payments which reduces risk of theft.

    Pros

    Its compatible with many devices because majority use android payment, Google offers two way verification making more secure, Easy to operate and to link your cards from master card to Visa and accept many international and local cards, its fast to pay on Point of sale (POS) using NFC you only tap and pay on the go, use of fingerprint identification at payment makes more secure and more private, Its more global.

    Cons

    Use of fingerprint sometimes may fail or slow which is mainly caused by the phone its self. Otherwise it still remains a better payment option for me so far.

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  • Justin from Parisi Rochester

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    May 2018

    Simple option getting more and more usability

    Ease-of-use
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    N/A
    Pros

    I like how simple and clean the interface is. They keep getting more and more banks on board with their payment system

    Cons

    I don't have many cons, maybe an option to automatically switch nfc on when its turned off. Smart shortcuts from home screen would also be helpful.

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  • Alexa from Benitez Metal Mfg Corp.

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    April 2018

    Didn't compare as good as Apple Pay

    Ease-of-use
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    Pros

    My company had me switch over from Apple Pay to Android Pay for me personally as well as new customers and frankly I was not impressed. The whole setting was very complicated and took hours to find how to install.

    Cons

    Not happy at all with this. The operating system used to be a user-friendly one but since we switched over to Apple I have seen that Android is good but Apple is just simpler.

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  • Alexandra from Monte Sion PR

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    April 2018

    Don't like Android at all!

    Ease-of-use
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    N/A
    Pros

    Had the chance to use a Galaxy while my iPhone was getting repaired and tried setting up the Android Pay and just alone that, took me like 2 hours. Trying to figure out how it's done and looking up instructions online.

    Cons

    After I got it set up, finally, when it actually comes time to pay, it's whole other process. I couldn't figure out how to easily pay just like I did on my iPhone. Then, I realized I will always stick with Apple.

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  • Jill from Main Line Health

    Specialty: Photography studio

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    April 2018

    Android pay - savior!

    Ease-of-use
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    N/A
    Value for Money
    Pros

    Android pay is easy to use, has saved me in countless situations from gas stations to restaurants to grocery stores and more.

    Cons

    Aside from being a direct competitor with the iPhone user, I have not had any negative experiences to report - all 110%

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  • Alexandra from Benitez Metal

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 11-50 employees

    March 2018

    Not good at all!

    Ease-of-use
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    Pros

    Had to switch over to android for a small period and had the chance to use the Android Pay but I was very let down by it. After utilizing Apple's system and how easy it is to have a secure, fast payment I did not like at all Android's way.

    Cons

    It doesn't have the touch-password like Apple that only lets the owner of the phone have access to making a payment through it.

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  • Zalmen from Preferred Construction USA

    Specialty: Furniture & home decor

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    February 2018

    Nice app to have

    Ease-of-use
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    N/A
    Pros

    Don't have to pull out my wallet in order to pay and it's also secure so I feel more comfortable using it.

    Cons

    I'm a little old fashioned so sometimes I prefer to pull out my wallet instead of having to login to my app to pay.

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  • Supreeth from Comau Power train

    Specialty: Manufacturing & wholesale

    Number of employees: 201-500 employees

    February 2018

    Great Pay system

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
    Support
    Value for Money
    Pros

    Android pay is the fastest, safest and most trusted software to transfer in-store or any online payments.

    Cons

    This cant be used to send to a friend or a close family, but have to be a online partner. Set up time lakes little longer.

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  • Chris from Kroc Center

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 201-500 employees

    February 2018

    Android Pay does the job!

    Ease-of-use
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    Pros

    I'm a current user and so far I have had a good experience. Love the virtual card numbers to protect your actual card numbers. And all the features it comes with such as managing your giftcards.

    Cons

    I wish you could use this to pay others such as family and friends. Works only for established businesses. Other than that no complaints.

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  • Geraldo from Hilton

    Specialty: Industrial supplies & machinery

    Number of employees: 10,000+ employees

    February 2018

    Not Good

    Ease-of-use
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    Value for Money

    I dont like android is not a very a good software to use. I prefer other one that is more eficiente.

    Cons

    Sensible device, gets damage a lot. Not compatible with other systems. Slow in the system. Not trustable

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  • Rebecca from McKinney ISD

    Specialty: Books & music

    Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees

    December 2017

    How is it different?

    Ease-of-use
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    Pros

    I don't have to carry a bunch of cards and cash, so it is really convenient. It's as easy to use as Apple pay.

    Cons

    Not every store takes it, so I still have to carry cash or card to be safe. This kind of defeats the purpose.

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  • Audrey from Tackleberry

    Specialty: Franchise

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    November 2017

    Easy to use option when I don't have my wallet

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
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    Value for Money

    Thanks for giving Android uses an option too!

    Pros

    I like that I can use my phone to make purchases, gives me the option to not always carry my wallet when I go out.

    Cons

    No cons that I can really think of... other than having more vendors participate in the Android pay.

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  • Anthony from FWC

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 11-50 employees

    November 2017

    Simplifying

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
    Support
    Value for Money
    Pros

    Makes checkout easy and secure, you dont always have to have your wallet on you, especially when you always have your phone on you.

    Cons

    Widespread support still taking some time, not everyone is on the latest POS systems, doesnt work at gas stations yet.

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  • Anoosha from Taashee Linux services

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 11-50 employees

    October 2017

    Review of Android Pay Software:

    Ease-of-use
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    Value for Money

    Android Pay, like its many competitors, still have a lot of room to grow in terms of both users in general, along with the addition of more banks and international markets.

    Pros



    Android Pay is a secure digital wallet application designed for processing payments using tablets and smartphone devices.

    Designed for Android devices, this application allows users to add their cards to an NFC-enabled Android device and use their mobile devices instead of credit cards to make payments in retail stores.

    Over one million retail stores across United States have Android Pay enabled device readers.

    Android Pay also serves as an alternative to Google Wallet. Users can make purchases through its Android app and make payments for other Android services, such as movies and music.

    Rather than using bank account or card details, Android Pay uses virtual account numbers, thus adding another security layer to making payments.

    Users who have a fingerprint-reader feature in their smartphones can authenticate their payments using their fingerprints.
    Supported Operating System(s):
    Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Mac OS, Linux, HP-UX, AIX, Solaris, Unix, IBM OS/400, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10

    Cons

    You can't use it everywhere

    The biggest problem with mobile-payment apps: You can’t count on being able to use them. Which system you have access to depends on what phone you have, and you’re also limited by what stores will accept.

    Apple Pay and Google Wallet are the most widely accepted right now. Theoretically you can use either at any retailer equipped with the latest contactless credit card terminal. By October, most stores will have to update their machines anyway in order to be compatible with new chip-enabled credit cards. So many stores will also buy terminals with the contactless technology. But just because a retailer can accept mobile payment doesn’t mean it will. With plans to launch their own payment system, Wal-Mart, CVS, and Target are among the large retailers blocking Apple Pay and Google Wallet on their terminals.

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  • Lavanya from Taashee Linux Services

    Specialty: Other specialty retailer

    Number of employees: 11-50 employees

    October 2017

    Just make sure it’s unlocked and hold it to the terminal

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
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    Value for Money
    Pros

    I have a great feeling about this app. Tried too many fake apps which wasted many of hrs & alotta money No need to juggle between your phone and wallet at checkout. With Android Pay, you can keep doing what you’re doing on your phone,

    Cons

    Nice app but lacks fingerprint based but authentication. You cannot leave your phone unlocked even by mistake else anyone can make payment using Android pay on phone

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  • Chris from Rockin Taco & Tex-Mex

    Specialty: Restaurant

    Number of employees: 2-10 employees

    October 2017

    Andriod Pay: no more wallet

    Ease-of-use
    Functionality
    Quality
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    N/A
    Pros

    The ability to spend money safely and quickly is the real reason to use this. Not having to worry about having a stolen or lost wallet and not being able to function in the real world keeps your mind safe

    Cons

    The only negative is that not all business accept this form of payment and still use "traditional" methods of payment

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  • Zalmen from Preferred Construction USA

    Specialty: Building & garden materials

    Number of employees: 11-50 employees

    July 2017

    Useful app.

    Ease-of-use
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    Nice app

    Pros

    An easy way to pay and it works in a lot of stores and they keep on adding more stores to the list.

    Cons

    The setup was a little too complicated for my taste. (I like things quick and easy...)
    Doesn't work everywhere yet.

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