Google dresses up Android Pay for Halloween



With October 31st rapidly approaching, there might be plenty of undecideds remaining. No, we're not talking about those who haven't figured out who they want to support in the U.S. presidential election. We are talking about people who don't know who or what they are going to be for Halloween. We recently happened to come across a picture of someone going to a Halloween party dressed as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7! The only problem with that costume is the positioning of the S Pen.

Speaking about ghosts and witches and other scary things related to the Halloween holiday, Google has added some spooky animation to Android Pay. You'll see one of these on the payment screen above the digital image of your credit card. Even though this is just a small, minor thing, it is an example of how Google is always working hard to endear itself to consumers.

You can check out a brief clip showing the payment screen animation by clicking on the video at the top of the story. Try not to get too spooked or else you might drop your phone. Now THAT is a thought that is frightening.

source: TobiasFranz via AndroidAuthority

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3 Comments

1. DavMor0069

Posts: 266; Member since: Dec 09, 2015

Why does iphonearena tries so hard to aggress the note 7 in every article they possibly can? We get it happen it's been very a month, MOVE ON!

2. Tyrion_Lannister unregistered

Dear Alan F., I would really like if you don't bring up note 7 in EVERY DAMN ARTICLE. Samsung f**ked up, got a few lawsuits and lot of loss and it's long over. PA already posted 3-4 times more articles than necessary on it and hence I would really appreciate if you stop bringing that unless it really benefits the context. Regards, Tyrion

3. sissy246

Posts: 7129; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Well said

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