The tech giant announced this week that it will allow signed-in Chrome users to fill in checkout forms with payment methods previously saved to their Google Account.
“Every time you open your browser, you have a task in mind to accomplish. We’ve built Chrome to help you do that as quickly and safely as possible, whether you are completing a search, viewing a website, or making a purchase,” wrote Chrome product manager Sabine Borsay. “This feature is just one more way we are improving this experience for everyone.” The feature rolled out July 2nd on desktop and doesn’t require switching on Chrome sync. Google Pay will handle payment method modifications, additions, and deletions. Additionally, users who’ve saved their payment information in Chrome on other signed-in devices (wherever Google Pay is accepted) will be able to pull it up without having to reenter it.