Running out of funds? No Worry, Google Pay is Here to Help. Google, the mega-giant tech company, has not been leaving a single stone upturn in bringing the remarkable technologies and features for its audience. We have seen Google offers some incredible and expedient technologies in recent times, including Google Smart Reply, Android 9.0 P and much more. Google, to outclass its rival’s digital assistant Amazon Lex, introduced another feature to its Google Assistant service. The company takes the technical nomenclature a step forward by enabling the Google Peer to Peer Payments Option with the Google Assistant. In consequences, if you or any of your friends and family is running out of funds and do not have any quick approach to send or receive money, you can command Google Assistant to pay your kin via using Google’s latest artificial intelligence, Google Assistant.
You can now send money on voice-activated Google Assistant as the company allows its users to use the Google Pay feature on both Android and iOS platforms. Furthermore, the feature will also be available for Google Home Smart Speakers later this year, says the reports. The best part of this Google Pay Send Money feature is that it lets the users receive money no matter if they have Google Pay feature on their smartphone or not.
If users with no Google Pay account prompt to send money via Google Assistant, the Google Assistant will help such users to create a new account on Google Pay to initiate their first payment. On the contrary, users with Google Pay account will receive a notification every time they receive the payment.
How to Send and Receive Money with Google Pay?
With this wonderful invention of Google Pay Service, all you need to do is to open the Google Assistant and command it for sending a certain amount of money to any of your contacts. Let us look at this example:
Open Google Assistant to send money and say: “Hey Google, send David $20 for groceries” Likewise, for requesting money on Google Pay, say: “Hey Google, request $30 from Simon for the t-shirt”
Once you initiate the command, the Google Assistant will prompt you to authenticate the transaction with your fingerprint or the password you use on the phone. This will make it more reliable and trustworthy approach to send or receive money using the Google Pay feature.
Notably, the Google Pay will take the fraction of a second to complete the transactions. The maximum amount you can pay with Google Assistant in a single transaction is $9, 999.