The tech giant Google has rolled out a new update of the Gmail app on Android that adds the ability for users to send and receive money via email attachments. After updating the app, you will have to tap on the attachment icon and choose whether you want to send or request money. All this is done through the Google Wallet app.

"Sending and receiving money on Android Gmail app"

The $ button is present underneath the attachment button that previously let you attach files, photos and videos to email. You can receive or request money right from the email itself without installing another payment app. In addition, you can also arrange for money to go directly into their bank account. With the latest feature, you can also exchange money with anyone – not just people with Gmail addresses. It must be noted that this feature is completely free for both of you.

This feature is currently available in the U.S. only on Gmail on the web or Android.

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