The new Google Wallet is now available on Google Play Store to all users

The new Google Wallet is now available on Google Play Store to all users

The new Google Wallet app is available to all customers shortly after people in 39 countries started seeing it on their phones on Monday. If you can't find it in Google Play, try this link

The official release of Google Wallet is the latest in the long history of Google's payment app variants. The company combined Google Wallet and Android Pay in 2018 to create Google Pay, a single app that includes pay-per-click, ticket, and loyalty programs in one umbrella that runs on Android and Google Chrome. In 2020, Google Pay had a major app update to integrate payments, offers, and other peer-to-peer services. 

Now, Google announced the return of Wallet at its Google I/O event in May, splitting things up once again to create a dedicated home for payment cards, airline tickets, primary IDs government, proof of vaccinations, and even car keys. 

Users will be able to use the app to pay at vendors that accept Google Pay. 

Google Wallet is available for download from the Google Play Store. Users must be running Android 5.2 or later and have a Google Account and a valid US phone number. From there, you can start adding different cards to your Google Wallet. If you already have maps connected to the Google Play Store or YouTube, your maps need to be loaded.