Ever since Android Pay first launched in the United States, more and more banks and cards have jumped on board, including some smaller, regional banks, too. For a lot of people however, there has been no support for Chase Bank, which hasn't exactly gone down well with those that use Chase Bank, as well as those hoping that Android Pay becomes a de facto standard for mobile payments. It's difficult for any service like Android Pay to become that popular without the support of all the big banks, and not having Chase available hasn't done Android Pay any favors. Now however, the bank has finally opened up the gates for those looking to pay for things using their Android smartphones.
Chase has put up a landing page for those looking to get up-to-speed with Android Pay as well as a list of all the different cards that Chase Bank customers can use with Android Pay. These include the standard Chase Debit card, as well as the Business Debit cards and a wide range of different store and loyalty cards that Chase manages such as the Disney cards, Fairmont and Ritz-Carlton cards. J.P. Morgan cards are also supported as well as Southwest Airlines cards, too. Users that are looking for more information on exactly which cards are supported, the source link from Chase has all the supported cards listed. Those that aren't Chase Bank customers but are wondering if they can sign up with Android Pay – if they haven't done so already – can head on over to the Android Pay support page which has an extensive list that users can search through and of course, the Play Store button below will simply take users to the app to give it a go regardless.
With the support of Chase Bank, this brings Android Pay to all of the big banks, including the likes of Bank of America, and all major card types are supported as well. This includes Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express cards. Android Pay is still finding its feet, but with this latest addition, it's clear that things are looking up for the service overall.