Google Pay

Google Pay is a safe, simple and helpful way to pay and manage your money.

Google Pay

Google Pay is a safe, simple and helpful way to pay and manage your money.

The Google Pay Experience

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Peace of mind

With security built-in for every payment, Google Pay is safer than swiping your card or paying with cash.

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Ease

Store credit cards, debit cards, transit passes, and more in Google Pay for quick, easy access right from your phone.

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Track spending

View Google Pay purchases by category or search for specific items to better understand your spending habits.

Setting up and Using Google Pay

Setting up Google Pay on an Android

Step 1

Getting started

Make sure your phone is running Android Lollipop (5.0) or higher. Then download the Google Pay app, select your Google account, and follow the instructions for setup.

Setting up Google Pay on an Android

Step 2

Setting up your card

Open the Google Pay app on your device, go to “Add a payment method”, then snap a pic of your Capital One card or enter the details manually.

Paying with Google Pay on an Android

Step 3

Using Google Pay

Use Google Pay in apps, on websites, at gas stations and restaurants, and anywhere you see the Google Pay or contactless symbols.

Frequently Asked Questions

Google Pay is a safe, simple, and helpful way to pay at your favorite places, split the bill with friends, discover offers, manage your money, and earn rewards—all in one simple app.

Google Pay is currently available for most Capital One credit and debit cards. Some cards may be ineligible at this time (e.g. some partner cards, etc).

You can use Google Pay at millions of businesses. Pay in apps, on websites, at gas stations and restaurants, and anywhere contactless payments are accepted.

Google Pay works on Android devices running Lollipop 5.0 or above. iPhones or iPads require iOS 11.0 or higher. To make in-store payments, your Android phone must also support NFC (Near Field Communication). Check for NFC by looking for it in your phone's Settings app. You can make in-app payments even if your phone doesn't have NFC.  

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