The tech giant Google is not leaving no stone unturned and they are on a roll to cover the whole market. With the launch of the new feature of Google pay where one can pay back the money, they are going to give the tough competition to established players in the market like Venmo, a mobile payment service owned by PayPal.
Google announced that a user will be able to send money from the contacts on your Android device or iPhone, via a voice command like “Hey Google, send Janie $15 for lunch today.” Google Assistant will analyze what you said and show you the transaction. If it’s right, you say “send” and confirm with your password or fingerprint.
Setting up the service is easy and all need to do is give voice commands to Google Assistant that will guide you through the process if you haven’t done it already. This new feature is currently available through the Google Assistant app on iOS or Android in the United States of America.