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You can now send people money right in Gmail for Android

Android users can send money directly from the Gmail app.


Android users can send money directly from the Gmail app.

Google just announced today that Gmail for Android now lets you send people money right in the app, reports The Verge.

To send money in Gmail, all you have to do is press the attach button, similar to how you would attach a photo or file. From there, you’ll see an option to attach money. The person you’re sending money doesn’t require a Gmail address to receive money.

Sending money via the Gmail app doesn’t cost any money and the funds are deposited directly to a bank account.

The feature is only limited to Android and payments can be sent anywhere in the U.S.

The Verge

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