Google adds P2P function to voice-powered assistant

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March 23, 2018

Google has added a payments function to its voice assistant that enables users to send or request money from family and friends via Google Pay, according to a company blog post. 

The feature first will be available through Google Assistant on Android and iOS phones in the U.S. Google said it will add the payments function to voice-activated speakers like Google Home in the coming months.

Users who do not have a Google Pay account can set up an account as soon as they ask the assistant to send money to contacts. Funds are transferred almost instantaneously, even if the recipient doesn’t


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