Gmail users could exchange money with single click

Wednesday 15 March 2017 2 months ago 41   New York   Print

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Report  Web desk : NEW YORK: Google has rolled out a new integration on mobile that allows users to send or request money from anyone. The feature, which is live in the US on web and Android, isn’t limited to users who have a Gmail address. While the Google Wallet was integrated into Gmail on the web in 2013, the new integration on mobile rolled out yesterday brings a new ease of access to users. Google claims that its user experience will make exchanging money as easy as attaching a file. Users don’t need to install the Google Wallet as the entire process can be completed through the Gmail app. The attachment icon on the new feature allows you to send or request money after you fill the details in a pop-up window. Users can also add a note along with their request. 02