To comply with branding requirements and offer an optimal experience for your users, use the following guidelines when you implement the Google Pay API.
|Display the Google Pay purchase button prominently in your app or site||
Wherever the checkout button is displayed, enable the Google Pay purchase button prominently so users can check out quickly.
If you have a payments section in your app or site, list Google Pay as an accepted payment method. You only need to request credentials when the user is ready to purchase.
Best practice: Make sure to display the estimated order amount before or when you display a checkout button. Users prefer to know the approximate total of the order before deciding to buy.
|Display all relevant purchase information before the user confirms an order||
This includes the order total, the user's shipping address, their email, and their payment method.
Best practice: Ensure that users are able to edit their payment method and shipping address. This does not have to be on the confirmation screen, but could be on a "select payment method" screen or "select shipping address" screen.
|If you display payment information on confirmation screens or emails, you can display the payment card description returned by the Google Pay API||Never display full account numbers, expiration dates, or any other payment method details.|
|Use only the official button styles and logo assets in your app or site||
Use the following guidelines to ensure official button styles
Use the following brand assets as they apply to your implementation: