Several options. Once you link the app up to your account, it's easy to send or request money. Just type in the amount, and then you can choose: Split, Send, or Request. The Split option is nice when you want to split up a payment in half or with multiple people at once. It's fast and easy, and you don't need to cause a headache for everyone by trying to determine how much everyone owes. With Split available, it's easy to make it even and fair for everyone involved.
Send or receive. Google Wallet may not be like the full version on Android, but it is definitely nice to be able to send and receive money through the Google account that you've been using for years. No extra sign ups are needed, and your account is already available, as long as you've been using Google, of course. It's super easy and convenient.
What is it about?
Google Wallet integrates with your existing Google account so you don't have to sign up for anything new. Just link it to the one you want to use, select the payment card, and then you're ready to go. Google Wallet has the usual Send and Request money options, but you can also do Split payments among multiple people, which is super convenient.
For those who...
- Use Google
- Want a Split payment option
Not for those who...
- Don't like Google
- Don't need Split payments
Why we love it
It works with your existing Google account and even has a Split payment feature that is useful among groups.
App Store Description
Google Pay Send is the fast, free way to send and receive money. Send money to anyone with just an email or phone number.
With Google Pay Send, you can go halfsies on brunch, or request money for tickets to that once in a lifetime gig.
Money instantly goes from Google Pay directly to your bank account, so no need to manually cash out your balance every time someone pays you.