Google rolls out new version of Wallet for iOS to support peer-to-peer payments

Washington D. C., Sept. 22 (ANI): Google has now released a new version of its Wallet app for iOS.

According to the Verge, the app will now support peer-to-peer payments, making it easy to send and request money from anyone in the U.S. with an email address.

Earlier this month, the Android version of the app got similar features.

In addition, the users can withdraw any money they have in their wallet balance by using a debit card or linked bank account. It can also be used as a way of splitting bills amongst friends. However, the users can no longer use gift cards or loyalty programs with the new app. (ANI)

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