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Google launched the transfer of money by e-mail

Users of the Gmail service areĀ able to transfer money using Android. True, this tool is available so far for users in the US and UK, TSN writes.

You can request and transfer funds directly to your account. Everything happens according to the same scheme as adding a file to the letter. Only now, instead of the file, a request is added for the transfer of funds and the amount.

A similar function Google launched for competition with PayPal, Venmo and Square Cash. Now you can transfer money through Snapchat, Facebook Messenger and other messengers.

Prior to this, this feature was available to US citizens only through the web version of the service. However, once it is worth saying that at the moment the new function is available only to users from the US and England. It is also reported that you can send money even to people who do not use Google-service.

To make a transfer, you need to click the “Attach files” button, select the “Send money” option and specify the amount in dollars. You can receive or request money directly from e-mail, without installing another payment.

According to the company’s chiefs, now Gmail users have the opportunity to send money to their interlocutors and not to leave the post office. According to the latest reliable information, in the future the company plans to expand the functionality of the messenger to a full electronic wallet such as Apple Pay and android.

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