Google has revamped its official Wallet app for iOS with some pretty new features that have already been launched on Android, including the ability to capture pictures of your credit/debit cards to readily access them from within the app.
The update includes a new feature that allows you use your device’s camera in order to capture pictures of your debit/credit cards and connect it to the app. The company has added this feature to the Android version last month.
Moreover, you will also be able to sign on to the Wallet in a split-second if you are using other Google iOS apps that enable single sign-on functionality. In other words, if you are logged in through Google to Gmail, YouTube, or other applicable apps, you will be logged in to the Wallet app automatically.
Furthermore, users can also utilize their Google Wallet Card in order to withdraw cash at any ATM center or to make payments with their existing balance at multiple locations where the MasterCard is supported.
Get the latest version of Google Wallet app for iOS from the link given below. The app is compatible with iDevices that run on iOS version 6.0 or above.
Google Wallet download link for iOS (free)