Google Pay is no longer restricted to Android devices: iPhone and desktop users can now use the contactless service to maximize their credit cards.
In February, Google turned Android Pay and Google Wallet into a single unified service: Google Pay. At the beginning it was only available for Android, but now it is available for iOS and the web, which allows you to check-out faster in online stores and send and receive money with credit card, debit card or PayPal.
Google Pay for desktop works with any browser (not just Chrome, thankfully) and once you've added a card, you can start using it to buy immediately. It is not necessary to configure the service for each online store. Google Pay can also autocomplete billing and shipping addresses.
Android owners can also use Google Pay to buy on Main Street, but it seems that this feature has not yet reached iOS. We do not believe that it reaches the web: holding a laptop on a scanner in the supermarket would be a bit impractical.