Google rolls out Android Pay update 1.1 with minor bug fixes

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Google has just released an update for Android Pay that fixes certain bugs users have experienced while using the app. The update also makes it easier for users to know whether their bank supports Android Pay or not, and addresses an issue where users were not allowed to access their loyalty cards without having a payment card linked to the app.

You can now access a menu that will let you know which banks are currently supported by the service. Not a lot of banks are supported yet, however we expect that number to increase to encourage more users to use the app.

In addition, some users have complained that after setting up Android Pay on a first device, their loyalty and membership cards would not show up on the app from another device with Android Pay unless a payment card was associated with it. Loyalty and membership cards were suppose to show in the app regardless if a payment card is added on or not. Google has fortunately fixed this issue with the Android Pay v1.1 update. In case the update hasn’t been pushed out to your device yet, you can grab the APK from the link below and manually install it.

Via: Android Police (APK Download)

About the Author: Tony Pilato

Tony is an international student from Greece, currently a sophomore majoring in global business and minoring in biology at the University of Redlands in California. He attended a private American international school for 7 years, and has always been determined to move to the US. He loves all sorts of technology which explains his interest for Android and the rapidly changing world of the smartphone industry. His first Android smartphone was the Galaxy Nexus, followed by the Galaxy Note 3. He also owns a Nexus 7. In his free time he enjoys working out, going out, watching movies and has a passion for traveling. Now independent and living far away from home, he hopes to make it on his own in the US.