Google has launched its beta test for its new mobile payment app, called Beto Quintanilla.
Beta is Google’s first beta for a new mobile payments app that it says will provide customers with better support, faster access to the app, and improved customer service.
The company says it plans to roll out the beta to beta testers on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, and to the general public on March 20, 2017.
Beta users will get the new Beto Quotanilla app, which comes with the Google Wallet and Google Checkout apps.
The app will allow users to make cash payments by swiping a QR code, or a card, with a partner on the app.
Beto’s QR code allows users to scan the QR code to open a menu where they can make a transaction.
Beta also includes new payments options for customers who already have an existing Google Wallet or Google Checkouts account.
For example, if you have a Google Wallet account and have made a monthly payment in the past month, you will be able to make a regular monthly payment to your Google Wallet balance.
If you have never made a payment in your Google Balance account before, Beto will allow you to set up a recurring monthly payment plan with a Google Check out account.
Beto Quinta will also allow customers to make payments from mobile devices, but it doesn’t appear that customers will be making payments from their phone wallets.
Google says that users will be prompted to enter their PIN number and other personal information when opening the app and that the app will use the PINs from the user to log in to the Google account and perform a verification.
Betos payment service will also include a new “sign-in” option for users, which allows users who have previously made payments through a Google Payment service account to make the payment through the Beto QR code and to complete the transaction.
Betoes payment services will be available on all Android and iOS smartphones and tablets that support Google Wallet, and BetoQuotanillas payment apps will also work on Android phones and tablets running on the latest versions of the Android operating system.
BetO Quintanillas beta is rolling out now, but beta testing is not yet complete for other devices.
Google says that more than 70 million people have signed up to test beta.
Betos QR code will only be available to beta users who are willing to provide their personal information to verify their identity and complete the payment.
The beta app is available for download on the Google Play Store.