Google has begun providing a public update to its payments service, Google Pay, which is finally receiving a UI design in line with Material Design 3, the visual identity the search giant uses across all of its major services — including on Android.
The company claims that it worked for several months Unifying the Google Pay experience on web platforms and in the built-in version with Android phones and tablets. There is a better use for the pop-up box that is displayed when a user chooses to make a purchase on the web through the Google system. paying off:
Previously, with a much more “square” look and without much use of space, now, when you make a purchase in an app or on the web, the dialog box that appears at the bottom of the screen has more intuitive buttons for reviewing personal data, bank address and billing address, In addition to displaying the purchase amount in the footer.
The same treatment has been applied to purchases made through Google Chrome for PC. The structure is identical, but the box is displayed at the top of the web page. According to Google, standardizing the design could have led to a “2.5% increase in purchase conversion rate and a 39% reduction in errors made by users.”
According to the company, it is not necessary to make any manual changes to get the new Google Pay design. Most users may find that the payments service is changing its aesthetics for now, but some features — such as dynamic price updates — may still cause the tool to use its old design.
“We are actively working on migrating all features to take advantage of the new, updated design,” the company said in an official blog post.
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