Accept contactless payments with only an Android device. No terminal needed. Contactless payments with most NFC-enabled Android device. Charge physical contactless cards, Google Pay, Apple Pay and any other digital wallet. No extra card reader hardware required.
Tap to Pay on Android requires an NFC-enabled device. Compatible with most Google Pixel and Samsung Galaxy devices.
Your device must be up to date with the latest versions of Android. You can check for available updates in the Settings app.
Only the latest version of the Payment app, version 8.0 or greater (released in early-December), has Tap to Pay on Android enabled.
At the moment, Tap to Pay on Android is currently only available in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Signapore
Start by making sure your device is compatible with Tap to Pay on AndroidCheck Device Eligibility
You can check your eligibility of your Android device by looking in the Settings app.
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No additional setup required. All transactions are processed via your Stripe account, just like any other payment collected in the Payment app.
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Tap to Pay on Android requires a functioning NFC antenna and chipset, running Android 9 or above.
At this time, pricing for Tap to Pay on Android, when used with the Stripe payment gateway, is $0.10 per authorization.
Merchants can accept contactless credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard and Discover, as well as debit cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay and other digital wallets.