There are reports that Google is going to introduce a physical card for Google Wallet. What does this mean? Users can buy a physical Google Wallet card will work just like a regular credit card. You will no longer carry all your other credit cards, all you need is a smartphone and the Google Wallet card.
Other new features are the ability to deposit and withdraw money to and from a Wallet Balance. And person to person money transfers.
Google has expanded its online billfold to carry even more credit and debit cards for Google Wallet. It now accepts all major credit and debit cards as part of the new cloud-based version which allows the use of virtual plastic from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. The upgrade also offers remote disability of the mobile Google Wallet app from the Web.
Google will also store the Wallet ID on a secure central server instead on the mobile device.
The new Google Wallet app: Download on Google Play.
Google has begun rolling out Google Wallet, a mobile payment system to a handful of locations. For now it is only available to Sprint Nexus S users. The service currently works with Citi MasterCard but will spread quickly to others. Google is also pairing its Google Offers (like Groupon) with a loyalty rewards and purchase points programs tied to Google Wallet.
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