Google Wallet now supports all major credit cards

A newly released update for Google Wallet now allows users to use credit or debit cards from any one of the world's four major vendors to pay for merchandise. Whether you want to use Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express to pay for your stuff, you may now do so with the use of only Google Wallet and your Android-powered mobile phone. Google has also introduced a remote lock feature that will let users disable devices that they no longer wish to use for future transactions. The update is available now for free through the Google Play Store.

What Else You Need To Know:

- Google Wallet is an innovative way of paying for merchandise with the use of credit or debit card information and Android smartphones.

- The option to pay for merchandise with the use of Google Wallet's prepaid virtual debit card feature is still available.

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This is great for those who’d rather not go through the hassle of adding cash to their virtual prepaid debit card just to use Google Wallet. - Quentyn Kennemer, Phandroid  
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