Earlier this week, Google notified users in the US that the old version of Google Pay will soon terminate the personal transfer function for Android, iOS and Web in April. However, other areas can still use as usual.
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In November last year, Google refurbished a new version of Google Pay based on India’s Tez App. 9to5google reported that yesterday Google notified users of the old version of Google Pay App that starting from April 5th, the Android, iOS and Web versions cannot transfer money to friends or receive money. At that time, the balance data, transaction records, or other activities in the Google Pay account can no longer be accessed with the old version of the app. They can only be queried with the new version of the app. Google also urges users to download it as soon as possible.
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The new version of Google Pay is currently only available in the United States, and it is not perfect. For example, you can use it only on one device at a time. The report pointed out that the new version of Google Pay on the Play Store is also listed as an Early Access version. In addition, the new Google Pay app cannot be directly upgraded from the old version. It is another independent app. Users must install it separately, and then transfer the money in the account to the new app.
Google Pay New Version Doesn’t Available In Other Countries
Fortunately, the new Google Pay app is not available in other countries. Therefore, Google told the media that in other regions users can use Google Pay app as usual. However, with the global expansion of new services, users in other regions may also face transfer requirements.
In addition, 9to5google reported that after a year of publicity, Google officially began to remove all content stored by users in the Google Play Music Service library today (24), including uploaded and purchased songs, playlists and radio stations, as well as albums and songs in the media library. If the user fails to move to the successor Youtube Music before today, all assets will not be restored.