Can i get cash from google pay

Google's mobile payments platform will now let you get cash at the ATM without ever touching your wallet.

Android Pay now supports card-free ATM transactions at Bank of America, Google announced Wednesday at its I/O developers conference. The feature is available now at locations throughout San Francisco and the Bay Area.

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The update puts Google ahead of its US competition -- neither Apple Pay or Samsung Pay support ATM transactions yet, though both companies have announced plans to support the feature.

Cash withdrawals at the ATMs work very similarly to typical transactions, except you begin by tapping your phone on the ATM, rather than inserting a card. 

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Android Pay is also making its first big international push, with the payments platform launching in the UK Wednesday and coming to Singapore and Australia "soon."

The mobile payment system, which Google first unveiled a year ago, is also getting support for contactless payments on public transit, with support for Transport London, which includes busses and trains. 

Android Pay's biggest competitor, Apple Pay, has been rapidly expanding across banks and the globe, coming to Singapore, Australia and China since the beginning of the year. But with Google's latest announcement, it looks like Android Pay isn't far behind.

At launch, Android Pay was supported by more than 700,000 stores in the U.S. Now, it will also be compatible with all electronic, contactless payment systems in the UK including in Starbucks, Waitrose and public transportation stations, provided you have a card from one of the supported banks. Android Pay in the UK is now supported by Bank of Scotland, First Direct, Halifax, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, M&S Bank, MBNA and Nationwide Building Society and Google says more banks will add support soon.

The platform formerly called Google Wallet is now officially called Google Pay. It still functions as you'd expect from a Google app, and is a simple and efficient way to pay for just about anything, at any time.

You can download the Google Pay app and in a few minutes, link a bank account or credit or debit card, and set Google Pay as the default payment method on your phone. You can then use Google Pay on your phone to pay for things in stores or online with a mere tap.

Long story short, Google Pay is an easier way to make purchases as compared to the various payment methods you usually have to sort through. 

In some cases, though, you might find yourself with a balance sitting in your Google Pay account that you'd rather have as cash in the bank or in hand.

If this is the case, here's how to withdraw money from your Google Wallet and transfer it to your bank account.

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How to withdraw money from your Google Wallet, now known as Google Pay

1. Sign into your Google Pay account's Payment Methods on your Mac or PC.

2. Find the words "Google Pay balance" and click "Transfer Balance."

3. Enter the amount of cash to be transferred.

4. Confirm that you have selected the proper payment method (to your bank account, debit card, etc.).

5. Click "Transfer."

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