- What is Google Garage
- How you can apply for it
- How does it work
- The languages in which it is available
- Pros & Cons of Google Garage
- My own experience and opinion of Google Garage
Apple Pay was released in October 2014. It is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Apple Inc. that lets users make payments using their iPhones, Apple Watch, iPads and Macs.
It can work with existing contactless terminals. You can also make easy and secure purchases in all kinds of apps, including apps on Apple Watch. Each Apple Pay transaction online or in-app is authorised with a one-time unique dynamic security code, instead of using the safety code from the back of your card and keeps your identity a secret throughout the process.
Google launches “App Maker” which will be very useful for people who are not so “techy”. App Maker promises to make it easy for everybody to develop basic apps that serve a specific purpose. App Maker is based on three simple steps: Data, Drag-and-Drop and Publish.
Let’s look a little more about it.Read More
In this article, we will take a closer look into Google Wallet & Android Pay.
Google Wallet is a service made for the purpose of sending and requesting money from anyone. Once you receive the money through Google Wallet you can transfer it to your debit or credit card.Read More
In this article, we will write about our review about Google Cloud Deployment Manager. Google CDMs goal is to create a simple deployment and then extend to a more complex deployment using features of the Deployment Manager that you can reuse in your own deployments.Read More