Android Pay is transitioning to Google Pay using the the new Google Payment API. This new API enables acceptance of payment methods stored on Android devices and also adds access to the credit cards associated with a user’s Google account. This expands upon Android Pay’s functionality with new capabilities for merchants, including support for new platforms such as mobile web.
Rest assured, this new integration will allow you to also accept payments from customers familiar with the old Android Pay flow on their devices. If you are an existing merchant who has integrated Android Pay in the past and want to access the Android Pay documentation, you can find it here. We advise migrating your flow to Google Pay as soon as possible, but we will continue to provide technical support for legacy integrations for now and have no immediate plans to sunset this integration.
Is Android Pay going away?
How long will existing Android Pay integrations work for merchants?
What if a merchant would like to integrate with the Android Pay API?
Will merchants continue to have access to payment methods stored on a user’s Android device?
Where can merchants find legacy documentation for Android Pay?
What do with merchants need to do to migrate from Android Pay to Google Pay?