Google Assistant can send money to friends and family with Google Pay

Google Assistant can send money to friends and family with Google Pay

When the weekend’s over, chances are someone owes you (or you owe someone) money for something — Friday night’s movie tickets, Saturday afternoon’s barbecue supplies, or Sunday’s concert tickets. There’s nothing quite so lame as being stuck with the dinner check every time you go out. That could soon be a thing of the past, just ask your Google Assistant to pay your friends and family back with Google Pay, so you can spend more time having fun and less time dealing with paying each other.

For more details, on how to send or receive payments through voice, payment transfer limit, visit: https://medium.com/@deepak/google-assistant-payments-8f1d08e55733

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  1. Jairo Reyes You’ll still see a huge ass Google Pay request in the middle of the screen lol. It’s a good joke though. I’ll try it on my buddy when I see him next, but he’ll definitely catch it.

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  2. Malcolm Manson yeah, your friend says the magic words then ask you to unlock your phone and you put your finger on it boom 😁😂😁

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  3. Jairo Reyes I mean, the GIF clearly shows you still have to provide Google Pay authentication. Given majority of people use a finger print, that shouldn’t be a problem.

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  4. 😂😂🤣🤣😂😂, some one please test this out and make sure that not just anybody can say the magic words and send themselves money with your phone. 😂😂🤣🤣. Picture that you are at a party and you put your phone down for a minute and your friend picks it up and says the magic words followed by $5,000 dollars 😂😂🤣🤣😂😂

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