Gmail for Android now sends and receives money

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Although Google Wallet has been present in Gmail since 2013, now the integration between services can also be seen within Android phones.

Starting today, Gmail for Android users can send or request money to anyone, including those who don’t have a Gmail address, with just one touch.

To access the new feature, just tap the attachment icon (the clip) and choose the option to send or request money. A pop-up window will ask for the value and description for registration.

The entire process takes place within the Gmail app, so there is no need to install Google Wallet. Despite the good news, the functionality has no deadline to reach Brazil.