Apple Pay is coming to Android devices, and it will have a lot more to offer than just cash.
Apple announced today that its payment app will work with Android devices.
The company has been making the move in recent months, and its Android apps have been steadily gaining in popularity.
Android Pay will be available for $9.99 with a two-year agreement.
The app will also be compatible with Google Now.
Android apps are becoming more popular as a way to make payments, with over 30 million Android devices on the market already supporting Google Pay.
Apple has been slowly building its mobile payments platform into its Android devices since 2015.
The platform is compatible with both Android and iOS, so it will be interesting to see how this affects Apple Pay adoption.
It will be worth keeping an eye on Android Pay adoption for Android devices as it goes into the final stages of being available for sale.
It also includes a number of other features, like support for NFC payments, an API for developers to add functionality to Android apps, and more.