(PC Mag) – Google this week launched a revamped version of Wallet for iOS, making it easier for iDevice owners to send or request payment via email.
The new Google Wallet for iOS lets users split expenses with friends, manage money on the go, and cash out to a bank account. Just add any U.S. debit card—snap a photo in the app, or manually type the details—then choose the appropriate function and enter one or more email addresses. The service works even when those receiving the payment don’t use Google Wallet.
Google updated the Android version last week with a new icon, sleeker design, and more functions—including an activity stream to highlight the sender or recipient, amount, and date of transaction.
On Android, the app is known as Google Wallet (New). The old Google Wallet app is now Android Pay, so those who want to continue using Google Wallet must install the new app.