Connected Chrome users can now use payment methods saved in their Google Account during the checkout process announced this week Google . via the chrome blog. This feature is available on all devices running the Chrome browser and wherever Google Pay is accepted.
Why We Should Care
This feature automatically populates the payment information associated with a user's Google Account, which means that # A payment method is available for all Chrome enabled devices as long as the user is logged on.
Google has been working since to reduce friction so that users can perform e-commerce transactions including mobile. His Shopping Actions already allow users to pay for products directly from Shopping ads using Google's own shopping cart and payment information stored in their Google Account. This feature in Chrome could increase the number of users who save their payment information with Google, and possibly optimize the conversion of ads that are compatible with Shopping actions.
Source of the image: Chromium Blog.
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During a transaction, Chrome offers to view credit cards saved on a user's Google Account. The user then selects the desired card and checks the CVC number. During the transaction, users can also add a new credit card to their accounts. It is not necessary to enable encryption synchronization to use this function.
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