Android Pay Support Extended
A man uses an iPhone 7 smartphone to demonstrate the mobile payment service Apple Pay at a cafe in Moscow, Russia, Oct. 3, 2016. REUTERS/Maxim Zmeyev

Google has updated the list of banks receiving Android Pay. The company has added mobile payment support for 31 additional banks, including Capital One. Android Police reports that the banks’ debit and credit cards will be supported but not Partnership Credit, Visa corporate or non-U.S. cards.

Apart from Capital One, 30 other U.S. banks are now supported.

  • Bank Independent
  • Bank of Rantoul
  • Bank of the Pacific
  • Citizens Savings Bank
  • Colony Bank
  • Community Bank
  • Denver Fire Department FCU
  • Elmira Savings Bank
  • Federal Savings Bank
  • First Security Bank and Trust
  • Five Points Bank
  • Generations Community FCU
  • Great River FCU
  • HAPO Community Credit Union
  • Impact Bank
  • Kitsap Bank
  • Kleberg Bank
  • Midcoast FCU
  • Monona State Bank
  • Novation Credit Union
  • Palmetto Health Credit Union
  • Pinnacle Bank
  • Popular Community Bank
  • Red Rocks Credit Union
  • San Antonio Federal Credit Union
  • Seaside National Bank & Trust
  • Shell FCU
  • The BANK of Edwardsville
  • TIAA-CREF Trust Company, FSB
  • Vons Employees Federal Credit Union

The company has stated that it is working to add more banks to the list, which now includes 438 banks in total. Android Pay’s support for small, community-based banks has increased with every update to the service.

In comparison to Google’s service, Apple Pay supports 998 banks and credit unions and retailers such as BJ’s Wholesale Club and Kohl’s, while Samsung Pay supports 500 banks and credit unions in the U.S.