Domino’s pizza has been a vanguard of mobile pizza ordering, what with their Android app that lets you order on the go — and now they’re going even more mobile with Google Wallet support. Announced this morning, the app has been updated to support payment via Google Wallet.
Domino’s Pizza on Monday announced that customers can now order and pay for their pizza using Google Wallet. The payment system has been integrated into the mobile ordering application for Android. What’s more, anyone who places an order of $ 10 or more using Google Wallet as the method of payment before June 15 will receive a free order of Domino’s new Specialty Chicken.
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Feature to be removed from device not running Android 4.4 or higher on April 14, 2014
Google Wallet’s tap and pay feature is soon to become a KitKat only affair. According to a message sent out to users with the feature enabled, but running a lower version of Android, the new, different technology used means older versions will not be able to support it, and support for the old method is being dropped.
In the latest version of Google Wallet a new feature has been introduced called Orders, which allows you to keep track of your online purchases. It’s available in the US only and requires Android version 4.0 or above but will notify you of the status of your orders and shows past orders all within the App.
Once you activate Orders in Google Wallet, you’ll be able to see any receipts sent to your Gmail right in the Google Wallet app. [Read More...]
Google Wallet, while most associated with NFC payments, is actually most-used as an online payment option competing with the likes of Amazon and PayPal. With today’s update to the Google Wallet app, purchases made with the service can now be tracked and managed right from the app. This was always possible (albeit in a basic way) from the Google Wallet website, but having it moved over to mobile has advantages.
A security company announced yesterday that it has discovered a “significant vulnerability in the Google Wallet mobile phone payment system.” The company found that a Wallet PIN is susceptible to a brute [Read More...]
This week the Google Wallet team was surprised when two different vulnerabilities were discovered. One hack revealed a user’s PIN number on a rooted phone and the other allowed anyone to reset the PIN and gain access to funds on a Google Wallet prepaid card.
Google quickly responded to the first hack by saying users should not use Google Wallet on a rooted device, and late last night they also responded [Read More...]
That “Pure Google” moniker that has been applied to Nexus devices will take another hit when the Galaxy Nexus is finally released on Verizon. Whenever that is. Google has confirmed to ComputerWorld that not only will the Galaxy Nexus feature two carrier-related bloatware apps preloaded, but it will also block a feature that the phone is capable of running.
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Pop quiz: List, in alphabetical order, all of the Google Nexus phones that officially have access to Google Wallet.
If you aswered the Sprint Nexus S 4G — and only the Sprint Nexus S 4G — you’re exactly right. And it looks like it might stay that way for the time being. 9 to 5 Google, citing an unnamed source, reports that the Verizon Galaxy Nexus won’t have access to Google [Read More...]
ShopSavvy was one of the first “wow” apps on Android thanks to its ability to scan a barcode and provide a quick price comparison between local and online retailers. The app has since faced pressure from several competing companies, including Google, but the latest version really pushes the company’s strength in the buying and selling process.
Yes, buying and selling. ShopSavvy 5 now supports [Read More...]