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Google Pay in QuickStream

Use QuickStream to accept Google Pay with QuickStream REST API. Google Pay allows customers to make purchases using a credit or debit card from their Google wallet. As a business, accepting Google Pay makes it easy for your customers to make purchases using Google Chrome and compatible Android devices.

You can add Google Pay as a payment method to your own payment page by creating a Payment Request button using the QuickStream REST API and then provide the `singleUseTokenId` to the Transactions API.

Getting started

To accept Google Pay as a payment method in QuickStream, you must integrate with the QuickStream REST API and configure your facility to accept Google Pay. Follow these steps:

  1. Sign in to QuickStream to Configure Google Pay and follow the instructions to accept the terms of service.
  2. Integrate with QuickStream REST API and create a Payment Request Button.
  3. Serve your application over HTTPS. This is required for test and production environments. You can use a service like ngrok to do this.
  4. Create a payment using the REST API by providing a singleUseTokenId returned by the Payment Request Button module.

View the technical guide


Use these methods to find Google Pay transactions made through QuickStream:


Refund Google Pay transactions using QuickStream portal and the REST API.

Settlement and response codes

Supported browsers

Google Pay is supported on browsers and devices compatible with the Payment Request Button.

See also

Westpac Privacy Statement

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