Google is rolling out a new update to Gmail for iOS using which you can send and receive money, and snooze emails. Using Google Pay with Gmail, you can now send or receive money. This was rolled out for Android last year.  Gmail will send the payments as attachments, and the recipient only needs an email address to receive their money. To send money, open Gmail app on your iOS device and in the bottom right corner of the screen, tap compose and hit attach to enter to enter the amount you want to send and choose a payment method. You can also add a memo which is optional and once you are finished, tap done to send the email. Using the same process, you can also request money from your contacts. To receive money, on your iOS device open the Gmail app and open the message with attached money and tap transfer to the bank. From here you can now add a debit card and enter the required details to claim the cash As for snooze emails, you can hit a snooze button to deal with the Emails later. You can download Gmail for your iPhone, iPad from the App Store directly. Source

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