Google today announced an update to the Gmail Application for Android devices and web, which includes the ability to send and request money, even with those who don't have a gmail id.
With this feature, Sending money will be as simple as sending an attachment, All you have to do is just tap on the attachment icon and choose whether you want to send or request money. A pop-up appears allowing you to input the amount, add a memo, and send.
Recipients will be able to receive money right from the email or even directly into their bank account, without having to install a payment application. This thing is completely free.
For now, this feature is only available for Gmail (Web or Android) users in the U.S. , Anyone get the option yet?
Source: Google | Image: Dina Tarek