Even though we have not heard any news from Google Wallet, things are going to change. A new feature will be launched on Android smartphones. People will be able to make automatic transfers from their account. Users had to cash out the money from the app before using them, but now things will be easier.
There were many users who thought Google Wallet will be just a memory because Google introduced Android Pay. However, the big search engine promised they will keep the app because it will have a different purpose than the second one. They seem to keep their word and now people are able to make automatic transfers and have easier access to their finances.
The feature will be available from August 25. Of course, if you want to use the traditional way you will still be able to do this. Google decided to update its Google Wallet because other brands were already using automatic transfers. You might have to wait a little time before money will get to your card, but it will be easier for you.
Google Wallet is a free app which stores your credit cards, debit cards and any other card you have. You can do a lot of things with it, including shopping, buy online and send money. Even though Google launched Android Pay too, Google Wallet can be used on Android and Apple phones.
If you want to send money for free, it is a great option for you. You have to enter your email address or phone number. It is important to know that the phone number has to be linked to a bank account. If the person you want to send money to has a Google Wallet account, the money will get faster to him/her.
You can link two U.S. bank accounts for a Google Wallet, which is good for people who have money on different accounts. This app has been launched in 2011 and after two years Google said it will connect it with Gmail. Did you know that you can send money as Gmail attachments if you have both apps? Unfortunately, Google Wallet can be used only in the United States. There are many European users who want to use it and we hope they will be able to do it in the future. We have been waiting for a new feature from Google Wallet and it did not disappoint its users.
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