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Google Wallet Google Maps Ticketing Option Supports Multiple Segments – Jetstream Blog

Google Wallet Google Maps Ticketing Option Supports Multiple Segments – Jetstream Blog

  • The ticketing option that allows you to purchase transit tickets directly from the Android version of the Google Maps app and save them to the Google Wallet app now supports multiple sectors.
  • When using multiple modes of transportation such as trains and buses, you can now purchase all tickets at once from the Android version of Google Maps.
  • Compatible with more than 250 ticketing services worldwide

On Thursday, October 26, 2023, Google announced cross-sector support for the Tickets option that allows you to purchase transportation tickets directly from the Google Maps app for Android and save them in the Google Wallet app.

The Tickets option in the Android version of the Google Maps app allows you to purchase public transit tickets directly from public transit routes searched in the Google Maps app, and then save them to the Google Wallet app. Previously, you had to buy tickets for each mode of public transport, but if you use multiple modes of transport such as trains or buses, you can now buy all tickets at once from the Android version of the Google Maps app. Now it looks like this.

Ticketing options in the Google Maps Android app support more than 250 public transportation ticketing services around the world.

IC card services for internal transportation such as “Suica” and “PASMO” and NFC touch payments have already been developed in Japan, so it is difficult to imagine how they will be used, but they will definitely come in handy when traveling abroad.

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Over 10 years of blogging experience. Having developed a love for gadgets like smartphones and smart watches, I created this blog (Jetstream BLOG) while running an import store and online sales as a side job (at the time). In December 2013, he became independent as a sole proprietor and moved from Tokyo to Okinawa in December 2014. Currently, while running this blog which receives at least 1 million solar energy per month, I also offer free blog consultations.

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