Google Pay for India (aka Tez) app for iOS is now not listed on Apple’s App Retailer, and is unavailable for obtain. The app is lacking from the App Retailer and customers are as an alternative served with few of its rivals together with PhonePe and Paytm when notably looking for “Google Pay” from India. That is notably not the primary time when Google Pay is unavailable for obtain from an app retailer. Simply in August, the app went offline from Google Play for a short time. A number of individuals at the moment raised the difficulty that Google mounted in just a few hours.
A Google spokesperson stated that the Google Pay iOS app had been briefly pulled from Apple App Retailer to repair a difficulty. The difficulty does not influence Android customers and, thus, the Android model of the app stays obtainable for obtain via Google Play.
“A small variety of Apple iOS customers would possibly expertise persistent fee failures on their transactions,” the spokesperson stated in an announcement to Devices 360. “Our groups are working to repair it on the earliest. In the meantime, affected customers can attain out to Google Pay help via the app for assist. We apologise for the inconvenience to our customers.”
Customers will have the ability to see an up to date model of Google Pay reappear on the App Retailer shortly, the spokesperson added.
When looking for Google Pay from India, Apple App Retailer just isn’t displaying the app within the listing. It’s, although, nonetheless obtainable within the listing of just lately up to date apps on the App Retailer. Nonetheless, when you faucet the app from that listing, the App Retailer reveals a message saying, “Can’t hook up with App Retailer.”
The Google Pay iOS app is, however, accessible and is permitting funds for current iPhone customers in India — albeit, as Google notes, with just a few customers experiencing points. It acquired an replace on the App Retailer simply a few days again.
Devices 360 was initially tipped by a reader for the unavailability of the Google Pay app from the App Retailer.
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