How To Receive and Send Money Using Google Wallet On Gmail App

We all know of many online site used to make payment and recieve money from people around the world, e.g Paypal, Payoneer But Here is another trending, Google is rolling out new feature to Gmail App Although this have been available on Gmail Web.


 It Good News Now is that Google is bringing the service to GMail app.
The service was only accessible on Gmail web version. Now, you can send
and receive money through the Gmail app via Google Wallet; the
convenience just can’t be beaten.

NOTE: The service is only available if you’re in the US. The update hasn’t
been rolled out fully, but expect the feature to hit your Gmail app
sooner or later.


Google thought
that it’s a useful method to pay for your share of a group activity,
such as a dinner bill or a trip. Using the feature is pretty simple:
simply tap the 
attachment paperclip icon
in the Gmail app when Composing a message, and choose to either send or
request money from there. No other app installations are needed, and
it’s free for both the sender and the recipient. Oh, and people with
non-Gmail email addresses can engage in this as well.

 I Just Hope This will Be Roll Out To Other Countries At No Time.

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