Gmail is finally Expanding its pay friends feature to its iOS users. The Send Money via attachment option is now available on iOS, and is powered by Google Pay.
As well known to us, Apple’s own Mail application does not support Apple Pay or Apple Pay Cash which makes the launch by making payment with Gmail interesting.
iOS users will be able to send and request money from Gmail using the Google Pay feature. The feature lets Gmail users pay anyone with an email address – the recipient doesn’t necessarily have to use Gmail. The feature comes together on iOS with the gmail updated version 5.0.180422.
Additionally, iOS users will also be able to snooze emails. The feature makes the email disappear for a while and then show up later as a fresh email. Users will be able to choose the preset amount of time for which an email will be snoozed.
Gmail for iOS v5.0.180422 is now listed on the App Store, and the snooze functionality is reportedly rolling out slowly to users, so despite updating to the latest version of the app, you may have a wait a little while for snooze to become available.