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Google’s Debit Card is going to be launched soon.

You will all know about Google Pay, the digital payment app of Gal (Google). Simultaneously, now the company is going to bring another big bang product. Google is planning to launch Smart Debit Card. This card can be used by users while shopping in retail stores. The company has not made any announcement regarding this. However, according to reports, the image of Google Smart Debit Card has been shared.

The highlight of Google Card

According to a TechCrunch report, the Google Smart Debit Card will be linked to the Google app with features that will help users to easily monitor purchases, check their balance or lock their account. Like the Apple card, the Google Smart Debit Card is designed to work as a smart card as well as a smart card. It can be used on both smartphones and online websites.

According to media reports.

Can be partnered with Citibank

Google Smart Debit Card will be launched in the market under the name Google Card. The company can partner with Citibank and Stanford Federal Credit Union for this. The company is in talks about the partnership. The Google Card can be connected to Google applications and Bluetooth. That is, users will be able to pay via Bluetooth.

Google Play Store. Google Play, which was originally born and referred to by Google as the Android Market, is Google’s official store and portal for Android apps, games and other content for your Android-powered phone, tablet or Android TV device. Just as Apple has its App Store, Google has the Google Play Store.

Google has come up with a new payment app called Google Pay for Android users. It is free to download but is currently available only to users in the US and the UK. … This means users will be able to access its features from other Google apps, be it Chrome, Play Store or even Google Assistant.

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