Google Pay has launched a new feature Tap to Pay for users. With this, users can make payments without even scanning any QR code. With this, payment can be done in just one tap.
Google Pay has launched a new function for its users. The company has named it Tap to Pay. As the name suggests, it allows users to pay with just one tap. With this you can make payment by tapping your phone on the POS machine.
Funds can be transferred through UPI using the Tap to Pay option of Google Pay. Regarding this feature, the company said that the Tap to Pay feature has been released to make payments easily.
You must have seen this feature on bank cards where users pay by tapping the card on the POS machine. A similar payment function is already available on Samsung Pay. Google Pay has launched this feature in association with Pine Labs.
The company has said that instead of scanning a QR code or giving a UPI-linked mobile number, users just have to tap the phone at the POS terminal to make payment. After this the user has to enter his UPI PIN and the payment process will be completed.
Google has said that this functionality can be used by any UPI user who has an NFC-enabled Android smartphone. Users can tap and pay from their smartphones at Pine Labs Android POS across the country.
To use this feature, you must first enable NFC technology in your Android smartphone on your smartphone. For this, you have to go to the phone’s settings and go to the connection settings. You can also search for it by going to Settings.
If you have NFC in your phone, then you will see its option after searching. You enable it. Then you can use the new feature of Google Pay. For this you have to unlock your phone.
After this you have to tap the phone on the payment terminal. As mentioned above, it currently supports the Pine Lab terminal only. Because of this, it will only work on the Pine Lab terminal for now.
Google Pay will open automatically as soon as it is tapped from the phone terminal. After that confirm the amount and click on Proceed. Payment will be completed.