Google Pay users will soon be able to send money from the main application, store things like tickets and boarding cards for redemption and use a convenient web interface to manage their accounts. The money sending capabilities comes from a merger of the Google Pay app and its Google Pay Send Syson. All of these changes are already starting to roll out to select Google Pay users, and all users will see them in the next few weeks. It is worth noting that the merger of Google Pay and Google Pay Send functionality will only apply in the United States for now, with support in Great Britain soon.
Money sending and requesting features is integrated directly into the main sections of the Google Pay app. You'll receive reminders about friends' money request on the main screen, along with a running log on your shipping and receiving activity. If you go to the business area, you will find that you can divide transactions by requesting money from friends. Storage of boarding passes and related stumps can be accessed on a separate screen and displays a QR code that can be scanned to validate your mail. The web interface lets you finally see your transactions, send and request money, manage subscriptions and payment methods, and change your basic information and settings.
Android Pay has come a long way since its rebranding to Google Pay, primarily within the user-friendliness and a more comprehensive feature. The app has also begun to be accepted at a much larger selection of companies recently, and a large number of banks and credit unions have also jumped on board. Google Pay can compete with Apple Pay at this time in all departments except broad acceptance, but the metric dominance is dominated by Samsung anyway, as Samsung Pay sports magnetically secure transmission (MST) support that allows the app to work almost anywhere a debit card would . Because the feature requires special hardware and Samsung bought a major provider of this technology to make Samsung Pay happen, do not expect to see MST support in any other mobile payment application, preferably soon.