GPay is closed! Removed from Play Store as well, now Google’s new app for online payment

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GPay is closed! Removed from Play Store as well, now Google's new app for online payment
GPay is closed! Removed from Play Store as well, now Google's new app for online payment

Google has shut down GPay. This app has now been removed from the Play Store as well. The company will now offer mobile payments services in the Google Wallet app. Users will be able to check their balance and transfer it to their bank account by visiting the Google Pay website after this month.

Google has shut down its online payment app GPay. This app has now been removed from the Play Store as well. Google has shut down its GPay service in the US. The company has taken this decision after the discontinuation of P2P (peer-to-peer) payments in the US. Google will now change its strategy and offer mobile payment services in the Google Wallet app. Now users will be able to avail services like tap to pay and pay online at stores from Google Wallet itself.

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There will be no problem in shifting to Google Wallet service

Existing users of GPay will not have any problem in shifting to Google Wallet service. According to the company, payment options linked to GPay will be automatically transferred to Google Wallet. However, the popular P2P payment for bill splitting and sending money to friends will no longer be available in the US. Users in the US are seeing the message ‘The Google Pay US app is no longer available. You can still tap to pay using the Google Wallet app’ when they open the Google Pay app.

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You will be able to check your balance and transfer it to your bank account

According to a report by 9to5 Google, users will be able to check their balance and transfer it to their bank account by visiting the Google Pay website later this month. Google’s entire focus is now on Google Wallet. The company is working with the target of completely digitizing the physical wallets of users.

GPay will not be closed in India

Google has not given the real reason for closing GPay. Experts believe that the company has done this to make the user experience simple and better. Also, by closing GPay, Google is also trying to reduce the development cost of its service. The good thing is that Google Wallet will offer better integration with other Google services. Let us tell you that the GPay app has been closed in the US, but it will continue to work as before in India and Singapore.

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