Google Assistant Gets More Skillful With Cash Transfer

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Assistant now supports funds transfer

Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is using its voice-enabled digital assistant to help simplify money transfers between individuals. People using Android and iOS devices can ask Google Assistant to request money from a friend or send money to a friend, by saying something such as “Hey Google, request $10 from Peter” or “Hey Google, send Jane $20 for lunch.”

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