Big change in Google Pay, consumers will be able to monitor their expenses

Nov 20 2020 10:41 AM
Big change in Google Pay, consumers will be able to monitor their expenses

Google has completely redesigned its digital payment app Google Pay. Google claims that the new change will make Google Pay consumer easy in saving money. Consumers will be able to monitor their expenses. The new changes of Google Pay will be for iOS consumers with Android. However, the change in Google Pay was made only for the American consumer. However, soon the rest of the world including India will get the update of Google Pay.

In the old app of Google Pay, you used to see bank card details and recent transactions on the home page. But the new Google Pay app will not only get transaction details, but consumers will be able to check their daily expenses. In the new app, you will also get digital payment as well as messaging tools. In the Google Pay app redesign app, consumers will be able to track their most transacted people. If you click on a contact, then all the old transaction details with it will be visible. It will appear in a chat click bubble. In this chatbox, you will get the option of payment, where you will be able to see money request, bill.

Google Pay will also get a group chat feature, where you will be able to contribute to a group. Together you will be able to see who has transacted and who has not. The most powerful feature of Google Pay is the financial management system. That is, by connecting your card to the app on behalf of the consumer, you will be able to keep a single click on all your expenses. Simultaneously the Monthly Vice will be able to see the list of his expenses. On the other hand, if you spend more in dinner or party and shopping, then Google will also warn you about it. This will help the consumer to control their spending.

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