Google is once again expanding its digital payment options.

The company knows it can be difficult for shoppers to make online payments within third-party apps and mobile websites, as well as in Google Assistant, when they are on the run. A new service is easing this pain and giving users more options.

Using the Google Payment application program interface (API), customers can now pay for purchases with credit and debit cards saved to their Google Account, which stores all personal information from email addresses and account activity to payment preferences. This means users no longer have to rely only on payment cards stored in their Android Pay app.

The Google Payment API is…