Google has announced that you will soon be able to send money from your Gmail. The new feature is currently available in the United Kingdom.
This means that application users in the UK can now send and receive cash directly from gmail, even if the recipient has no address gmail.
To send money from Gmail, all you need to do is select the new button that will appear with a £ sign icon to send money with your message.
Enter the amount you want to transfer and send the e-mail. You can attach a request to receive money using the same procedure.
To get started with Google's email, you'll first need to create a Google Wallet account and link it to a debit card or bank account.
Once this is done, all the money you receive can be maintained there (in his account Google Wallet), or transfer them to your bank account.
Google will release the new feature across the UK in the next few weeks and can have it all who are from 18 years and older. There is currently no more information on when the new feature will be available in other countries, but we believe that immediately after the completion of UK coverage, Google will try to globalize the service.