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Apple is now offering Apple Pay and Apple Pay Express as a way to make online purchases in its apps.
Apple Pay has been available to developers since last September.
Google Pay has only been available in the App Stores since December of last year.
Google and Apple have made significant strides in mobile payments over the past few years.
Last year, Apple Pay received more than $1 billion in worldwide transaction volume, according to CoinDesk.
Apple Pay was launched in September of 2018, and Google Pay was announced in December of 2018.
Google launched Apple Pay in June of 2019, and Apple launched Google Pay in September.
Google’s Apple Pay is supported by an ecosystem of apps.
Google has Android Pay, Apple has Apple Pay, Microsoft has Apple Wallet and Samsung has ApplePay.
Apple’s ApplePay is supported on all of its devices, while Google’s is supported only on select devices, according, the company.
Apple’s Apple Wallet, Apple’s Android Pay and Google’s Google Wallet are supported by Apple’s payment processing platform, called the Apple Pay Mobile Wallet, Google’s Android Payments, Microsoft’s Microsoft Pay, Samsung’s Samsung Pay and the Samsung Pay Express mobile payment systems.
Google has partnered with major retailers to offer Apple Pay to its Android customers, and Microsoft has partnered in partnership with major brands including Levi Strauss and Walmart.
Microsoft recently announced a partnership with Target to offer Microsoft Pay in Target stores.
Google is also working with some major retailers in other countries, such as India and South Korea, to provide Microsoft Pay as a mobile payment option.
Google, Apple and ApplePay will be available to download on October 18.
Apple is launching Google Wallet on October 15.
Google is also rolling out Apple Pay for Mac on October 14.