Android Pay went live on Wednesday in Canada.
The launch includes support for Visa and MasterCard credit, as well as Interac debit cards and includes leading banks such as BMO, CIBC and Scotiabank
Android Pay first launched in the U.S. in 2015, and is now live in 12 markets. Soon, Brazil, Russia, Spain and Taiwan, will benefit from Android Pay as well.
Google will also be offering improved loyalty card integration on the merchant side.
Android Pay has had 1.5 million new registrations per month on average in the U.S. The current state of the contactless payment system in America is impressive, which lags its equivalents in Canada, the UK and other countries.