The system will enable small businesses and businesses to list their products on Google Pay, and customers can easily use Google Pay to buy and pay for them. Google also allows companies to put Spot's QR code into physical stores, where customers can scan virtual stores and pay for goods easily.
In the official presentation, Spot is described as a digital front-end for businesses created, branded and hosted by Google and supported by Google Pay. Users can find Spot online or in real locations, and easily and safely trade with businesses in Google Pay applications.
Google Pay applications can also display related Spots directly to users on the main screen. This means that Spot, the user's favorite restaurant, may appear at lunchtime, or a taxi reservation Spot may appear before the morning commute. Users can also easily share Spots on Google Pay applications or their favorite messaging applications.
Google is currently working with six brands, including eat. fit, goibibo, Oven Story, Make my Trip, RedBus and UrbanClap, while allowing other companies and businesses to register for the service. If you are interested, you canClick here.