The Gmail application for Android has at last incorporated Google wallet on its platform to empower clients to send or reieve for cash from anybody, including the individuals who don’t have a Gmail address, with only a tap.
To get to the new component that has been accessible for Gmail web clients for quite a long while, simply tap the connection symbol, then pick either send or receive cash, contingent upon your requirements. A pop up window shows up where you can include the sum and include a note, and send.
Outstandingly, the whole procedure happens in the Gmail application with no requirement for the Google Wallet application. As Google clarifies, “Recipients are able to receive or request money right from the email itself—without having to install another payment app. They can even arrange for money they receive to go directly into their bank account. Either way, it’s completely free for both of you.”
With this, Google joins the positions of Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, WeChat — all of which have begun supporting cash exchanges in-application.
Although as of now it is not certain if user will go to Gmail for splitting their bills or pay their companions back for beverages, be that as it may, it could prove to be useful when cash is now a subject of an email discussion — like when you’re arranging an vacation with friends or an outing with collegues.
The element is as of now restricted to the US Android clients. There’s no word on when it will come to iOS or different clients.
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Madhurima Goyal, From ITvoir News Desk