Monday 20 May 2013

The Brand New Google Wallet!

New quick actions buttons will appear on Gmail, with extended interaction without opening a message option. The launch was missed out on some big announcements from Google I / O that night, but the online email client, Gmail, has also benefited from up-to-date on both sides of the Atlantic, according to a blog posted by the team in charge of the mail. All its willingness to deploy the technology more broadly based Google Now, the "intelligent" scheduler on Android; Google has incorporated some features in Gmail. A plane ticket can be confirmed in an email? Google automatically extracts data from the reservation (date, time, flight, airport, etc.) and appears at the top of the message. It helps you in doing quick action without opening the message. The "buttons fast action" also makes their appearance in this up-to-date, that allow interaction without even opening a message. If the user receives an invitation for example, he can answer it without even getting in the mail, thanks to "RSVP" function. It is integrated in a "things to do", which also includes other features like the ability to note a place where you went from his inbox, type etc. menu. These features will be gradually deployed in the coming weeks, said the giant.

This may seem little but it is relatively significant in the context of the announcements made yesterday during the Google I / O conference Now once his assistant deployed in Chrome, it may apply its ambition to "provide information to the right place at the right time", automatically displaying reminders of different services, and adapting them to the situation. Now Google could, for example, offer a route automatically on his Smartphone at a time when the user is supposed to leave to catch his plane. Yes Google Wallet integrated with Gmail. Other features may be added for developers, Google promises. The giant also revealed that they launched in United States a new money transfer system through email. As it is possible to quickly link a document Google Drive or file on your computer, a new icon appears in the message editor to allow sending money. The feature uses the Google Wallet, Google's electronic wallet system, and the user has to decide the amount to be sent and the recipient. This is the time reserved for the United States, but Google Wallet seems anyway having to expand. Payment in-app improved on Android integration default system setting to provide new APIs for developers ... Google seems determined to impose his wallet, and no doubt that the feature does not take long to get in here.

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