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Android Pay Profile 2017

Android Pay Profile 2017

Now functioning in eight countries as detailed in the yStats.com report, Google’s Android Pay was first put in service in the USA in September 2015. Users of Android Pay typically link a credit, debit or prepaid card to the mobile wallet service to be able to make payments with their mobile phone in a store or when shopping through the smartphone.

Studies cited in the yStats.com publication show that Android Pay trailed Apple Pay usage in the USA last year, but was ahead of Samsung Pay. The report includes news of recent partnerships and details of usage in the markets where Android Pay functions.


1. Management Summary
2. Overview
Overview of Android Pay, December 2016
Supported Countries
Overview of Countries/Territories Supported by Android Pay, incl. Date of Launch, September 2015 – December 2016
4. Payment Features
Overview of Payment Features of Android Pay, December 2016
Overview of Security Features of Android Pay, December 2016
Types of Payment Cards Supported by Android Pay, by Country/Territory, December 2016
5. Value-Added Features
Overview of Value-Added Features of Android Pay, December 2016
6. Adoption and Usage
Examples of Merchants Accepting Android Pay, by Country/Territory, December 2016
Volume of In-Store Payments with Android Pay in the USA, Compared to Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, in USD billion, 2016e
Number of In-Store Monthly Users of Android Pay in the USA, Compared to Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, in millions, 2016e
Selected Data Related to Usage of Android Pay in the USA, incl. Awareness, Usage for Purchase, Frequency of Usage, Average Number of Cards Loaded, and Satisfaction Rating, Compared to Apple Pay and Samsung Pay, June 2016
Types of Cards Loaded into Android Pay, Compared to Apple Pay and Android Pay, in % of Users in the USA, June 2016

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