Android Pay will reportedly launch in Canada on May 31

Posted May 25, 2017

A week ago, Google announced that Android Pay support would be heading to the PayPal app for Android using the new Google Payment API. A few months later, an official announcement was made, confirming that PayPal would be integrated with Android Pay. Well, let's say you run a business, for instance, and that's where all of your earnings go before they make it into your bank account.

Google launched Android Pay in the U.S. in 2015 and has since introduced the service in several countries, including the UK, Russia, Australia, Singapore and Japan.

Android Pay is set to become widely available to Android device owners in Canada, starting from May 31, a week today.

The integration will enable PayPal users to link their account to Android Pay.

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It appears that when setting up PayPal for Android Pay you're simply setting up a PayPal branded Discover card.

Users are now seeing the splash screen which informs them that the integration is live. The story doesn't have much in the way of details on Android Pay's Canadian launch, including no word on which banks and credit cards will support the service.

Supporting banks include AK Bars, Alfa-Bank, B&N Bank, MTS Bank, Otkritie, Promsvyazbank, Raiffeisen Bank, Rocketbank, Russian Standard Bank, Russian Agricultural Bank, Sberbank, Tinkoff Bank, Tochka, VTB24 and online payment service Yandex.Money, which also offers support for Apple Pay and Samsung Pay.

The latest software update adds PayPal integration so that you can tap and swipe with your account as if it were cold, hard cash.