Dominos Pizza today announced that customers can pay for their pies using Google Wallet. Dominos added support for Google Wallet to its own mobile ordering application. Android device owners can use the app to order a pizza as well as pay for it with Google Wallet rather than a credit or debit card. Dominos is not, however, accepting Wallet-based tap-and-go payments at its stores. The Dominos Pizza app is free to download from the Google Play Store.
i would assume the diffenc would be that with goole wallt the ca is saved to you phone and with the app you most likely have to save the card information to that app itself or enter the information for it, ot too muc of a difference though
It makes perfect sense, if you step back. All it really takes is an agreement with Google Wallet and an updated app to do it this way. To accept tap-and-go payments at the store itself, though, requires investing time and money into buying the tap-and... (continues)
Honestly I think that 'tap to pay' and mobile payments in general are a solution in search of a problem. I don't think there is any market for the idea, people are terrified, justifiably of identity theft, if you have all your credit card information ... (continues)