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Users have till June to move funds as Google Pay app shutting down in US.

Google has decided to retire its standalone Pay app in the United States. Users will need to transfer their balances to their bank accounts before June 4th, as that’s when the app will officially be phased out.

Google Pay has been a popular choice for mobile payments, allowing users to send money, make purchases online, pay bills, and earn rewards. With over a billion downloads globally and users in 180 countries, it has been a widely used platform across various devices and operating systems.

However, the standalone version of Google Pay will no longer be available in the U.S. after June 4th. Until then, users can continue using all the app’s features, including cash-back rewards and deals.

After the deadline, peer-to-peer payments within the app will cease to function in the U.S. But Google has provided instructions for users to transfer their funds through the Google Pay website if they miss the cutoff date.

For U.S. users, Google recommends transitioning to the Wallet app, which offers a more comprehensive range of features. Wallet allows users to store payment cards, transit cards, driver’s licenses, and more.

Unfortunately, users who rely on Google Pay for international transfers to India or Singapore through Wise will no longer have that option after June 4th.

So, if you’re a Google Pay user in the U.S., it’s time to start planning your transition to the Wallet app and ensure you move your funds before the June 4th deadline.

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