In the blog post-Google further said, "In the upcoming months, we'll also enable people in the U.S.to send or receive payments via the Google Assistant". It comes in the form of a separate application that can be downloaded from the App Store. This new typing ability would be useful if you are in a situation where you cannot speak, such as at work in a meeting or at night when you are in bed. You simply choose your preferred card, enter a security code or authenticate with your Android device, and check out.
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Tech giant Google yesterday at its I/O event has announced many updates for its products, one of many is sending money through Google Assistant, users will soon be able to send and receive money using its Google Assistant.
Even better, it will have a ton of languages supported when it is released, which makes it great for the national and worldwide markets. To help developers fine-tune their own apps, Google has launched a "Building for Billions" Web page with technical tools and checklists for handling devices with a variety of connectivity, range, data management, and battery capabilities.
The feature is not a new phenomenon, the same feature is available on Gmail. Google says there's no setup or app required - just ask the assistant to make the call and it'll handle the task. This feature will also run on company's messaging app "Allo".