A new home for your cards
You already use your phone for just about everything. Now you can pay with it, too. Just add your credit, debit, loyalty, and gift cards to Android Pay, and start shopping in stores, in apps, and online.
Pay with your phone in stores
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. Just make sure it’s unlocked and hold it to the terminal — you don’t even need to open the app.
At more places than you think
Android Pay can be used at millions of stores around the world, wherever contactless payments are accepted.
Just look for one of these symbols at checkout:
An easier way to earn rewards
Now you can earn and redeem your loyalty points automatically when you use Android Pay. Available for Walgreens Balance Rewards and Coke MyRewards cards. Simply hold your phone to the terminal before you pay and never miss out on points again.
Simpler checkout in apps and online
Android Pay makes it easy to check out in apps and online. No need to enter your card details every time. Whether shopping in your favorite app or on Chrome, just choose Android Pay at checkout and save yourself some time.
The rewards, security, and protections you know.
The benefits you love
Whether you’re racking up miles or earning points, you can continue to do just that with Android Pay. You’ll enjoy all the same rewards, benefits, and protections you’re used to from your bank.
Safer than swiping
When you pay with Android Pay, your actual card number isn’t shared with the store. Instead, we use a virtual account number to represent your card — so your info stays safe and secure.
Peace of mind
If your phone is ever lost or stolen, you can use Android Device Manager to instantly lock it from anywhere, secure it with a new password, or wipe it clean of personal data.
Add major credit and debit cards from top US banks
Set up Android Pay in seconds
1. Get the app
Install the Android Pay app from Google Play.
2. Add a card
Add a credit or debit card from any participating bank.
3. You’re all set
That’s it. You’re ready to pay in stores, in apps, and online.
Got a business?
Start accepting Android Pay.
To accept Android Pay, all you need is a contactless-enabled terminal. Get in touch with your payment provider to learn more. If you already accept Android Pay, let your customers know by ordering a decal kit to display on your terminal. You can also download it for digital displays.
If you’re looking to add Android Pay to your app or website, or if you’re interested in integrating the Save to Android Pay API, visit our developer site to learn more.