Google Now Lets You Send Money Via Gmail On Android Using GWallet

    Google has always been improvising their service according to the need of the users. Now, Google lets you send money via Gmail on Android with the help of Google Wallet.

    Gmail is the most commonly used email service around the world. It can already send messages, photos, and files over email. Recently, Gmail has also doubled the file attachment size limit from 25MB to 50MB.

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    Send Money Via Gmail

    Google has added Google Wallet into Gmail and this feature is already available on the Web version. As Google implemented this feature its own Wallet service, it is easier to send and receive the money across the globe (but it is only available in the US yet).

    How To Make It Work?

    It’s really simple to use. To send money, simply click on the attachment button and tap Send Money (you can also request for cash too). Recipients can receive the money without installing any extra app, making it the best app for transferring money.

    Addition to that, users can even arrange for money they receive to go directly into their bank account. This ‘Send Money’ feature from Google can easily head on with Paypal. The feature is only available in the US for now but will soon roll out to Android users and there is no word on when it’s coming to iOS.

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