Google says that it’s now making it easier for you to use cash-less apps on its Android and iOS platforms.
The company says that new Android apps for the Apple Watch and Apple Watch Sport have now been made available to pay for apps.
Google says it will be releasing a list of these apps on Wednesday.
The apps can be installed on Android and Apple devices with the following terms: You can’t make any purchases with these apps, but you can pay for them with cash, debit, or credit cards.
Apps for the Android and iPhone are available to download for $2.99 or $3.99, respectively.
Apple is offering a “Cash Free” app for Android and the iOS.
The app offers payment options for apps and other apps that do not allow cash transactions.
For example, the app lets you pay for a video, podcast, or game.
This app is free on both Android and iPhones, but Google says you can download the app for $1.99 on Android.
Google says that this change will help people save money on payments.