Android Pay can be used in shops, to travel around London and for in-app purchases

Google's Android Pay is now available in the UK, allowing you to make quick contactless payments from your smartphone.

The contactless payment system has partnered with supported banks to register your chosen debit or credit card to make payments on contactless terminals in shops, on London s TfL networks and for in-app purchases.

Check if your bank is supporting the service from launch with our list below:

Banks supporting Android Pay from launch

Lloyds Bank

Nationwide

Bank of Scotland

Halifax

M Bank

HSBC

First Direct

MBNA

Banks yet to support Android Pay

Santander

NatWest

Barclays

Barclaycard

Tesco Bank

TSB

American Express

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For amounts higher than £30, the owner must enter their security code, fingerprint or lock pattern.

Works with both contactless and traditional payment terminals

Requires fingerprint authentication

Exclusive to Samsung smartphones

Is there a limit?

Lost or stolen phones can be located, locked and wiped remotely through Android Device Manager.

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