Google announced a new stunning feature in I/O event

The tech giant announced a new procedure of sending money by using “Google assistant”. Soon the system will available for users and they will send and receive money via Google Assistant.

Google announced multiple updates at I/O event on Thursday.

The tech giant announced a new procedure of sending money by using “Google assistant”. Soon the system will available for users and they will send and receive money via Google Assistant.

This is not a new feature, Gmail already has one similar to this, and the user can send money on a website and inside app simultaneously.

Google wrote the blog post, “Yesterday, we announced the Google Payment API, which lets people pay in the app or online with any verified credit or debit card saved to their Google Account, via products like Google Play, Chrome, and YouTube”.

This will enable the user to purchase whatever he desires from e-stores, additionally, the user can choose the payment mode and preferred cards too. The workflow will look like, the user chooses what e wants to purchase, choose payment method, choose preferred card, enter the personal code and check out.

Google also announced that Gmail users can use the smart reply feature after they update their app. The smart reply is a short and generic process. The artificial intelligence used for detect the message and producing 3 sample replies.

They system use the analysis and learn behavior and then produce the smart response.

This feature will also run on company’s messaging app “Allo”.

Tech Giant said, “we are testing feature of sending money via Google Assistant. And as we find it appropriate we will launch for users.”

The blog post also described, “In the upcoming months, we’ll also enable people in the U.S. to send or receive payments via the Google Assistant. On your Google Home or Android device. it’s as simple as saying “Ok Google, send $10 to Jane for pizza.” All you need is a debit card linked to your Google account”.

 

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