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After introducing recurring bank transfers and low balance alerts in its mobile apps, Google Wallet now lets iOS users split payments, reports Engadget.
With the latest version of Google Wallet for iOS devices, you can just enter the amount you want to split and then list your contacts and their shares of the total. The app will then send a request to each user to settle up with you, with an optional reminder of the event or purchase that was spent on.
This update also brings Touch ID support for logins, as well as the ability to see your loyalty and gift cards offline. The latest version of Google Wallet for iOS is now available for US users in the App Store.
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