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Google Maps is Integrating with Google Pay to Make Payment Easier

Another new feature in Google Maps is going to be added soon. With the joining of this new feature, you will also be able to make payments through the Google Map app at the charging station of electric vehicles. The Google Pay payment system can be integrated in Google Maps itself. Google has been working on this feature since last year. Google is gearing up to target electric vehicle users through its Maps. If you are an electric driver, you will get information about the vehicle charging station through Google Maps, as well as you will be able to pay your vehicle through the map after charging it at the station.

This feature has been spotted in version 10.30 of the app. According to xda developers report, Google Maps is soon going to add these payment features. Through this feature, users will be able to pay charging without exiting from the app. Also, the profile of the electric vehicle can be seen in the same app. Also, users will be able to update their vehicle’s profile in the app. If you run an electric car or bike you will be able to update in the app. As soon as the profile is updated, users can get information about the electric charging station according to their vehicle.

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Currently the app will provide data from electric charging stations like Tesla, Chargepoint, SemaConnect, EVgo, Blink, Chargemaster, Pod Point and Chargefox. Users will be able to customize the charging station of their choice in Google Maps, after which users will be able to make payments with charging. However, the feature will be made available in the US at the moment. No information is available at present when this feature will be made available in other countries. Many users are going to get the benefit after both apps are integrated together.

Caleb Lombardo
Caleb Lombardo
Caleb is an experienced cryptocurrency analyst, day-trader, and enthusiast. Since 2015, Caleb has been involved in various cryptocurrency projects as an advisor and executive. His passion for cryptocurrency and blockchain technology led him to the acquisition of Stackzea.