Gmail app adds money sending tool

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Gmail app adds money sending tool

Google’s Gmail app for smartphones has been updated with a new feature that allows users to send and request money, as noted by ZDNet.

The feature is identical to the money exchange feature available for Gmail on the web, and consists of simply clicking the ‘send money’ or ‘request money’ tabs in the Gmail menu.

Users can select a sum via a pop-up window, and the feature can be used with a variety of email address providers as opposed to just Gmail.

The feature has just launched for the US only but it’s likely Google will soon make it available for all Gmail app users.



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