According to TheStreet, Google say soon use PayPal’s online payment service on its Android smartphones and tablet PCs to provide Android aficionados with a more effortless and easy-to-use system to purchase new apps for their devices.
The report suggested that the Internet search giant gearing to integrate and launch the PayPal, owned by eBay, payment system on its Android Market later this month, as early as Oct. 26 during the PayPal DevCon in San Francisco.
“Google has finally enlisted eBay’s PayPal service and is preparing to launch the payment system on its Android Market later this month. The two Net giants had been moving closer to an agreement in recent weeks. Now, sources familiar with the situation say the deal is all but sealed, with an announcement coming as early as Oct. 26 during the PayPal developers’ conference in San Francisco,” Scott Moritz of TheStreet reported.
The agreement will allow Android smartphones and tablet users to utilize e their eBay auction money in their PayPal account in purchasing apps, an efficient approach than the current system, where users are required to either enter credit card information or sign into Google Checkout.
Additional advantage, PayPal, offered its service to more than 200 countries, is more capable and well-versed in handling huge number users than Google’s checkout program, which boasts just 30 countries only.