A new Google Pay-powered web app that can take payments from friends and family members has been released, making it the first major payment processor to launch in the United States.
The app, called TapPay, is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Its developer, TapPay co-founder and CEO, Eric Migicovsky, said it was an experiment in using a mobile platform to make payments that can be made directly to users and that it’s already proving popular.
The site’s main page shows a list of “friends” or “family members” with whom users can send money to, which allows users to select one of several payment options.
Each payment option includes a QR code that can show a link to a mobile payment app, which can take the payment or display a message asking for confirmation.
Users also can choose whether to see the app’s QR code or not.
The website lets users create accounts for themselves or for their family members.
Users can pay for things like movies and music via a phone or online with a credit card or a debit card.
Users pay using a credit or debit card, with a total balance deducted by the app from their account and a total amount sent to their account.
To use the site, users will need to have a Google account, tap the logo on their home screen and select “pay with Google.”
They can then create a new account and send money, pay on the site or pay by email to someone else.
A Google spokesman said the company is “excited” to be partnering with TapPay and is looking forward to seeing the success of the app in the coming months.
He said that the company hopes to expand the service to other countries.
Migicovsky said he was interested in using Google Pay because he likes using the platform to support his family and friends.
He added that he hopes that the service will attract more people to use it.
The TapPay website shows an image of a woman holding up a sign that reads “Pay with Google” and then asks people to click the image to confirm the payment.
The image is a photo of a young boy playing on the playground in New York City with his parents.
He is holding a sign in a similar pose, with his hands folded over his head.
TapPay is free to download on the website.
Migicovksy said he plans to add more options to the app over time.
The company said in a statement that it has raised more than $500,000 in seed funding to build the company and build a strong user experience.