Google is adding new payment features to Chrome

Google has overhauled the built-in Autofill and Google Pay payment features in Chrome. In addition, the group is expands the availability of the functions to around 180 countries. From now on they exist Four ways Chrome users can pay easily and seamlessly.

Identify the cards

Many people use multiple cards when making purchases. For example, a specific credit card can be used to earn points for large purchases, and a debit card can be used for smaller purchases. But when you get to the checkout page, you have a hard time remembering which one to choose.

Starting this month, users in the US, UK and Australia who sign in to Google Pay in Chrome will be able to see their saved card images and names in the autofill drop-down menu. This way you can quickly identify it and choose the right one.

Add IBAN for autofill

In many parts of the world, people regularly pay using their international bank account number (IBAN). In addition, there is now the option to add IBAN as a payment option in more than 80 countries.

Synchronize addresses

To go through these payment fields more quickly, Chrome now lets you sync addresses stored across different Google apps. If you sign in to Chrome and save addresses to your Google Account, they can be edited and used in other Google products such as Google Pay and the Google Store. Soon it will also be possible to use all addresses stored in these apps when autofilling in Chrome.

Autofill in over 180 countries

Just in time for the holiday shopping season, 50 new countries and territories, including Mexico, Nigeria and Peru, will be able to save maps in Chrome. Now people in more than 180 locations have access to the simplicity, convenience, and security of Chrome autofill.

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