Google Wallet is one of the applications designed and developed by Google. It allows you to send or receive money via smartphone or Gmail. To access Google Wallet by Gmail, you must link your Bank Account with your Gmail Account. For a smartphone, the process is a bit different; here, you will learn how Google Wallet works.
Requirements of Google Wallet
- If you are using Google Wallet on an Android device, check the version, as this App supports Android devices 4.0 or above, and for iOS, the version should be 7.0 or above.
- The other part is NFC, which means 'Near Field Communication'; check your device, whether it supports NFC or not, and you won't be able to access the Google Wallet.
- For additional requirements, very few devices, such as Sprint, Virgin Mobile, US Cellular, and Metro PCS support the NFC. If your phone is enabled with NFC and unable to transfer, contact the cellular carrier.