Buying things through the Google Chrome browser was simplified on Wednesday with an update that skipped a step of automatically filling out your credit or debit card numbers directly on the purchase page. Previously, if you had Chrome Sync enabled in your browser, you could only use the very handy feature of auto-filling Chrome. Google lets you bypass Chrome Sync now. As long as you're signed in to your Google Account, you can check out faster.
You should first make sure you have a payment method set up in Google (we'll guide you through the steps below). For security reasons, Google asks for your CVC for each purchase (card verification code located on the back of most cards). To use the new service:
Add a credit or debit card to your Google Account
1. Visit myaccount.google.com in your browser.
. 2 Click Payments and Subscriptions .
. 3 Select Manage Payment Methods .
. 4 Click Add Payment Method and enter your card number, name and address.
. 5 Click Save . Now you can use your debit or credit card for future purchases in the Chrome browser.
Make payment in Google Chrome
1. Make sure you're signed in to Chrome when you're ready to check out. When you click the payment method, a box labeled Display cards stored in your Google Account appears.
. 2 Click the box and select the card you want to use if you have entered more than one.
. 3 Enter your CVC number and click Confirm .
And that was & # 39; s! Hopefully, this means you no longer have to enter your card each time you make a purchase, and you no longer have to take the extra step to enable Chrome Sync.
The only limitation is that not all shopping pages may use this feature. So do not take it out on Google if you need to do a bit more footwork from time to time.