Google announced that Android Pay is now available to use in Singapore at thousands of stores islandwide.
Google made the contactless payment service available in the region yesterday, making Singapore the first Asian country to get Android Pay. This also makes Singapore the third country in the world to receive Android Pay, with the US and UK getting it not too long ago.
To use Android Pay, users in Singapore just need a smartphone that is NFC-enabled and be on Android 6.0. You’ll just need to download the Android Pay app, add a card, and then you’re ready to start using the contactless payment service at thousands of stores around the island.
Google has in the past confirmed that Android Pay would come to Australia, but has not yet set a solid date for release. If you don’t have Android Pay on your smartphone, you can hit the download link below.
source: Google (Twitter)