UK-based fintech Curve has integrated Google Pay into its platform, allowing customers in the country to link all their bank cards to the mobile wallet.

Curve customers will now be able to pay using Android smart watch and devices. According to Google, 2.5 billion active Android devices are currently compatible with its payment app.

The company noted that linking Curve card with Google Pay will enable the use of the payment app with all the banks and cards on Mastercard and Visa networks.

This will facilitate Google Pay support from even banks with their own apps, including Barclays and Virgin. Users also get additional benefits such as 1% instant Curve Cash.

Curve added that Google Pay offers additional security for payment details on its platform.

Curve head of Product- OS Diego Rivas said: “By combining the Google Pay experience with Curve’s unique all your cards in one and money management features, Curve customers get to experience one of the most rewarding and feature packed personal finance products on the market.”

Earlier this week, Curve added support for Samsung Pay, enabling use with any Mastercard and Visa credit or debit card.

Launched in January last year, Curve connects all of a customer’s debit and credit cards to one Curve card. The card can be used in all markets where Mastercard and Visa cards are accepted.

Customers can download Curve app to add their existing cards and pay from all their card-linked accounts with one card.