Google brings one new update for its gmail users. Google Wallet is now integrated with the Gmail app. So, if you are a Gmail user you can send and receive money using your Gmail app. Currently, this update is only for Android Gmail App.
Android Gmail App Now Lets You Send and Receive Money
Google Product Manager Sam Kansara wrote in a blog post.
“You can already reliably and safely share photos and files on the go with Gmail. Starting today, you can share money, too. Whether you’re splitting a dinner bill or planning a group trip, you now have a fee-free way to work out the details and settle up without ever leaving the Gmail app on Android, just like you can already do on the web. Plus, you can exchange money with anyone—not just people with Gmail addresses.”
Sending and receiving money has become very easy with this new update of Google. You can send money using Gmail app in an easy way. Just as you send any attachment to others, you can send money. All you have to do is just go to the attachment icon and select the option of Send Money. Then add the amount you want to send to your recipient. Now send this mail.
Not only this you can also request for money you are out of money. For that reason you have to do the same. Go to attachment icon and select the option of “Request Money”. As soon as you recipient will get the mail, he/she will send you back money you needed.
Recently, Gmail has now increased the size limit of attachments. Gmail Users can now receive emails of up to 50 MB. Earlier, Gmail users can only receive an attachment of size of 25 MB. But from now onward, Gmail users will be able to receive emails of up to 50 MB.