此前从Android Pay更名为Google Pay的移动支付平台也新增了一系列功能，其中包括：P2P支付、浏览器在线支付、同平台支付历史浏览以及门票和登机牌服务等等
Google Pay got a big upgrade at Google I/O this week. At a breakout session, Google announced a series of changes to its payments platform, recently rebranded from Android Pay, including support for peer-to-peer payments in the main Google Pay app; online payments support in all browsers; the ability to see all payments in a single place, instead of just those in-store; and support for tickets and boarding passes in Google Pay’s APIs, among several other things.
And that transaction history, along with users’ other payments, will all be consolidated into one place.
The company also said it would allow users to send and request money, manage payment info linked to their Google accounts, and see their transaction history on the web with the Google Pay iOS app, too.
And because I/O is a developer conference, many of the new additions were in the form new and updated APIs.