Check out the new Google Play Wallet app and Android Pay features!

Check out Polygon’s hands-on coverage of Google’s new Google Wallet app, Android Pay, and more.

The new app and Pay are powered by Google’s Android Pay payment system, which is powered by the same secure chip as the Google Wallet chip used for the Google Pay card, and it offers a number of neat features.

Google Pay can be used to make payments online, pay at mobile kiosks, and even to make purchases at stores.

If you have an Android device, you can use Android Pay to make a purchase from Google or a retailer and then scan your QR code and make a payment using Android Pay.

You can also pay for goods and services using Android Cash, Google’s payment system that’s powered by PayPal.

This is a good time to make sure you have the latest version of Android Pay and Android apps, as these two systems are expected to go live later this year.

For more information on Google Wallet, check out our Android Pay coverage here.

Android Pay is available in the US, Canada, the UK, Ireland, Germany, Australia, and New Zealand.

You will also need an Android phone or tablet running Android 4.3 or higher to make any payments.

Android Pay also works on Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and can be integrated with Google Wallet on Android devices running iOS 7.0 and higher.

The Android Pay app also works with Google Play Services, Google Drive, and the Google Play Music Store.