“In a world filled with payment processors for dealing with online in-app purchases, Google has decided to step out of the game,” Owen Williams reports for TNW.
“The company quietly announced today that it’s sunsetting Google Wallet for digital goods,” Williams reports. “Developers using the API have until March 2, 2015 to stop using it, at which time payments will fail to process and recurring payments that are set up will stop processing.
Williams reports, “This change doesn’t affect Google Wallet’s checkout process for buying goods online using the ‘buy with Google’ button found on many websites.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Justin” for the heads up.]
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