Google Pay update adds cards for more Indian Banks

Google released its first UPI transaction-based online payment platform – ‘Tez’ in India, a few years ago. The new platform was at a slow pace in the race to be the best online payment platform for India. And soon, Google changed the name to ‘Google Pay’, this adds the factor of reliability and trust to the name of the platform.

Along with this, Google brings its Indian payment platform equivalent to an international payment platform. Google Pay in countries like the US, the UK, comes with more features like adding bank cards for the tap-and-pay feature.

And soon, the India version of Google Pay received the ability to add bank card details, last year. Google in the first stage added the support of Axis Bank credit/debit cards and SBI credit cards only. By adding the card details, users would use the tap-and-pay feature using NFC-supported smartphones to scan Bharat QR codes, pay using Google Pay, and more.

Cut to now, Google now seems to add support for more banks now. According to a report by Android Police. Google Pay now added support for 2 new Indian Banks – HDFC debit/credit cards and HSBC credit cards. If you have an account on any of the above-mentioned banks, we will advise you to try out this Google Pay feature.