Thursday, 16 March 2017

Send And Receive Money With Gmail Application On Android Devices

Google mail now supports sending and receiving of money through its Gmail wallet. Before now, we've been sending and receiving money online via different services such as PayPal, Venmo etc. Online payments has been the biggest and fastest way to send, receive money and pay for goods and services. This new feature from Gmail was only available on the web version but now available for Android Devices.

To send money to a friend from Google wallet, you just have to tap on Send Money on the options when composing a message and choose the amount of money to send and finally send the message. The payment will shown like an attachment in your email. You can also use same method to Request Money by choosing Request Money in the options when composing a message.

Unfortunately, this feature is Geo-restricted which means it is only available for those in United Kingdom (UK) and United States (US) for now as expected from a new Google service. This feature is available on the Gmail web version and there is no details on when the feature in Android version will be out  or available for all countries. But hopefully, expect the feature to hit your Gmail app sooner or later.

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