Google announced that starting today, Android users in India can use Google Wallet to more easily access everyday essentials right from their phones. While Google Pay remains the payments app, Google Wallet adds more convenience to the Android experience in India, Google said.

With Google Wallet, you have one place to quickly and securely access your everyday needs, like boarding passes, loyalty cards, event tickets, and more. It's about making life easier when you're on the go.

Google has teamed up with over 20 Indian brands to offer a wide range of options. And they are planning to add even more partners soon. Google emphasizes that Wallet prioritizes security and privacy, which gives users control over the information stored and its use.

Here's how you can use Google Wallet:
  • Save movie or event tickets: You can now add movie and event tickets from partners like PVR and INOX to your Google Wallet.
  • Access to boarding passes: Airlines like Air India and travel platforms like MakeMyTrip have partnered with Google, so travelers can easily save and access their mobile boarding passes.
  • Redeem loyalty or gift cards – Whether it's Flipkart, Dominos or Shoppers Stop, Google Wallet lets you store and use digital copies of loyalty and gift cards.
  • Public Transport: Google has partnered with Hyderabad Metro, Kochi Metro and others to help you buy and store public transport tickets.
  • Use your Android phone as your corporate badge: Thanks to partnerships with system integrators, it's now easier to access the workplace with your corporate badge stored in Google Wallet.
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  • Digitizing physical documents: You can create digital passes in Wallet from images containing barcodes or QR codes, such as boarding passes and parking receipts.
  • Automatically view Gmail tickets: Select tickets and passes you receive in Gmail will automatically appear in your Google Wallet if you have Smart Personalization turned on.

In India, Google Wallet will not handle payments; Google Pay is still the payment platform. Google Wallet, as described on its FAQ page, is a secure digital wallet for quick access to loyalty cards, tickets and IDs.

It allows users to tap to make payments where Google Pay is accepted, use loyalty cards and board flights, all through their phone.


You can now download the Google Wallet app from the Play Store.

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