Direct integration

This page presents the procedures to connect and provide Google Pay as a payment option for your customers using the Direct integration.


Before starting the Google Pay integration process, you need to ensure it's in your country. Use the Google Pay support page to check if it supports the countries where you operate.

Afterward, you must check the available processors using the participating processors on Google's page.

All merchants must adhere to the Google Pay APIs Acceptable Use Policy, accept the terms defined in the Google Pay API Terms of Service and registering with the Google Pay Business Console to receiving a Google merchant ID. Finally complete the Google Pay and wallet console configuration by following these steps:

  1. Complete the “Business Profile”.
  2. Review the information required in “Google Pay API” > “Integrate with your website”.
    1. Your website - This should be exactly the domain of your hosted checkout page (with/without “WWW”)
    2. Integration type - “GATEWAY”
    3. Screenshots
      1. Start from “Payment method screen” - Your hosted checkout Page.
      2. Google Pay API payment screen - Google Pay Payment sheet (prompt after click on GPay Button).
      3. Post-purchase screen - Transaction Confirmation Page.
    4. Submit the screenshots and inform that you had submitted the request and share the merchantId (BCR).
      Finally use the Merchant ID assigned to configure the Google Pay connection in the Yuno dashboard.


To integrate Google Pay into your system using Yuno, follow the steps below:

  1. Within the Yuno dashboard, select the Connections tab. Find Google Pay and click Connect. Provide your credentials through the side panel. Choose a name for the connection and use the merchant ID from the registering with the Google Pay Business Console, which you should enter in the Merchant ID field.
  1. Create a route in Yuno's dashboard using the processor you want to use for payments through Google Pay. Access the Configure dynamic routing guide page for further information on creating routes.
  2. Integrate Yuno's SDK into your app to ensure a smooth connection between your application and Yuno's platform. Example.
    1. Authorization methods available: Yuno supports all authorization methods available, such as purchase, authorization, and capture, but it will depend on what each provider accepts for each payment.
  3. Turn on Google Pay as a payment method in your Yuno's Checkout builder so customers can access it while making a payment.

Enable and test Google Pay with Yuno

After performing the integration, you can enable Google Pay with Yuno and perform integration tests using the following steps:

  1. Create a Google Wallet Test Account:
    1. Visit the Google Wallet Test Account Sign-In page.
    2. If you don't have a Google account, you'll need to create one to proceed.
    3. Once signed in, you'll be redirected to the Google Wallet business console.
  2. Access the Google Wallet API Section:
    1. In the Google Wallet business console, navigate to the API management or integration section. It is found in the developer or integration settings.
  3. Select Create a Pass to enable the Demo Mode:
    1. Within the Google Wallet API section, locate the option labeled Create a Pass.
    2. Click on this option to enable Demo mode. This mode allows you to simulate and test pass creation and interactions without making real transactions.
  1. Download the Google Wallet App from the Play Store.
  2. Navigate through the payment flow to test the integration.

Following these steps, you can ensure that Google Pay is integrated into your app and working as expected before making it available for your customers.

Go live

After you have completed all the necessary steps of the integration process in the testing environment, please make sure you have requested Google Production Access and you have contacted your Technical Account Manager so that the Yuno team can help check everything has been correctly configured and confirm you are ready to go live.

Additional information

  • If you have further questions regarding the integration process, you can reach Yuno support or check one of the following links:
  • In addition, Google also provides brand guides that show how to include the Google Pay brand within your websites or app:
  • Authorization methods available
    • Yuno supports all authorization methods available, such as purchase, authorization, and capture, but it will depend on what each provider accepts for each payment and country.
  • Card network supported
    • The Card networks supported world wide are AMEX, DISCOVER, JCB, MASTERCARD and VISA. Only for Brazil VISA, ELECTRON, MASTERCARD, MAESTRO, ELO and ELO_DEBIT.