Last week at Google I/O, the company announced that it will expand Android Pay to a number of new markets, including Brazil, Germany, Spain, and Taiwan. It launched in Russia this week, and now it looks like it’s headed next to Canada on May 31st.
Android Pay will work with most major credit and debit cards in Canada, reports MobileSyrup, but Google did not specify which bank partners will be available to use with the platform at launch. On the vendor side, however, if trends from other countries are any indication, Canadians will have no problem using Android Pay at global franchises like BP, Uber, Burger King, Starbucks, and more.
Android Pay is compatible with Android versions 4.4 and up.