Latest Google Wallet update brings support to all credit cards, reaches the cloud

Google Wallet received a pretty significant update today. The application now supports Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. If you recall, it only supported Citi MasterCard and the prepaid debit card that is set up as a default payment option.

Google also mentioned that Wallet in now cloud-based and that it can be used either in brick-and-mortar or online stotes. In case you lose your phone, a newly implemented security feature will now allow you to remotely disable the wallet application by simply going to the Devices section in the Wallet’s website and deactivating the desired device.

If you happen to have one of Google Wallet’s supported devices, hit the Play Store and grab this update.

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