Online shopping addicts rejoice. Google Pay is rolling out on iPhone and desktop.
The cross-platform service lets users checkout faster on online stores as well as send and receive money using credit and debit cards.
The tool combines previous Google services, such as Android Pay and Google Wallet, all aimed at speeding up the checkout process.
Once a card is added to a browser, users can start using it immediately across devices and there's no need to configure the service for each online store.
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Google Pay will soon be rolling out on iPhone and desktop (pictured) making buying things even easier. The feature lets users check out faster on online stores and also send and receive money using credit and debit cards as well as PayPal
Google Pay stores financial information in the form of virtual credit, debut, gift and reward cards.
This information can be used to make payments online or at locations that accept the form of payment.
Following its launch on Android in February, the service is now available on Chrome, Safari, and Firefox as well as iPhone, iPad and Mac devices.
Android users can now use the feature to purchase items on the high-streets using contact payments, however this does not appear to be available for iOS yet.
The new feature is rolling out in all of the 20 countries where Google Pay is currently available, including the US and UK.
It could give the company more of a chance to compete with Apple Pay which already works on desktop and mobile.
'Once you’ve added a card to Google Pay, you won’t need to enter your payment info again—even when you’re checking out in an app or on a site for the first time', Google product manager Gerardo Capiel wrote in a blog post.