Google Wallet has been incorporated into Gmail on the web since 2013, it has to be accessible for mobile users. Now, Google is formally systematic out the new addition to those users of the Gmail app on Android will be able to send or request money with anyone- for those who dont have a Gmail email address.
You can knock the attach button like you usually would to send along a photo, video, or document, and now you can see a choice to attach some money. Receiver doesn’t need a Gmail email address for it to work, and they are able to have money transferred directly to the bank account once it’s been received.
Sending payments through Gmail it is totally free on both sides, which do offer this option one advantage over the fees. Unfortunately, transfer funds through Gmail on Android are also a US-only thing for now.
The total process obtain place in the Gmail app you dont include Google Wallet installed. In adding up, recipients can put together it so the money they receive through Gmail goes straight into the bank account. There are no fees occupied, notes Google. The goal, apparently, is to obtain on quick payment apps like PayPal, Venmo or Square Cash, by contribution a feature to progress money right within Gmails app.