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Google Pay 2.118 confirms the old app will seemingly be replaced by the Flutter one

Closing week, the Google Pay team announced that the Google Pay for India app (formerly called “Tez”) is getting a predominant maintain rewrite with Flutter, Google’s launch-source UI trend kit. Google currently maintains two versions of the Pay app: one for world users and one for Indians. Within the weblog put up, Google acknowledged they were “taking a stay up for launching Google Pay on Flutter to each person internationally on iOS and Android.” Some took that to point out that the present app for world users will seemingly be rebuilt with Flutter, while others took it to point out that the old app will seemingly be killed off. Tonight, Google Pay model 2.118 rolled out on the Play Retailer, and it confirms that the latter will occur.

The contemporary Google Pay app constructed with Flutter.

An APK teardown can on the total predict positive aspects that would possibly possibly advance in a future update of an application, but it absolutely is attainable that any of the positive aspects we point to right here would possibly well also simply not assign it in a future launch. Right here’s on tale of these positive aspects are currently unimplemented within the stay build and will seemingly be pulled at any time by the builders in a future build.

Strings inside the APK mumble that there’ll seemingly be a “deprecation quick” that would possibly possibly narrate users to catch the contemporary model of the app.

Glean the contemporary GPay
Download the contemporary Google Pay
Initiate the contemporary GPay
Use essentially the latest Google Pay

There’s also a brand contemporary Reveal with extra tiny print on the app migration. The cowl tells users that they’ll “serene fetch [their] accepted positive aspects, plus song spending, salvage priceless insights, fabricate outlandish rewards, and extra!” Even as you occur to tap the “Glean the contemporary GPay” button on the bottom, the Play Retailer itemizing for the ragged Google Pay for India app will seemingly be launched. At the moment, the contemporary app is serene regionally restricted, so I’m unable to presently catch it from the Play Retailer onto my fill tool.


Google Pay: Pay with your phone and send cash

Google Pay: Pay with your phone and send cash


Google Pay - a simple and secure payment app

Google Pay - a simple and secure payment app

As soon as Google begins prompting users to migrate to the contemporary Google Pay app constructed with Flutter, we’ll allow you all know.

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