Capital One Comes to Android Pay, Along With a Bunch of Other Banks

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Google updated its list of participating banks with Android Pay this morning, adding Capital One to the list. They also added another couple of dozen (or 48 in total) as an extension to the dozens they added only a week ago. 

The full list of new banks is as follows:

To see the full list of all supported banks, hit up that source link.

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