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Google is bringing the peer-to-peer feature of the Google Wallet to the Assistant

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Google has announced that it is going to bring the peer-to-peer payments feature of the Google Wallet to the Google Assistant on Android and iOS devices.

After the update is rolled out, you will be able to send money to anyone by asking the Google Assistant. Of course, the person has to be in your contacts list in order for you to be able to send them the money.

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[blockquote cite=”Google”]When the weekend’s over, chances are someone owes you (or you owe someone) money for something—Friday night’s concert tickets, Saturday afternoon’s barbecue supplies, or Sunday’s matinee at the movies. Starting today, you can ask the Google Assistant to pay your friends back with Google Pay, so you can spend more time having fun and less time dealing with the hassle of paying each other back.

You can easily send or request money from your contacts—for free—using the Assistant on Android and iOS phones in the U.S. In the coming months, you’ll be able to send money on voice-activated speakers like Google Home. No worries if you haven’t already signed up for Google Pay—you’ll be prompted to set up your account as soon as you ask the Assistant to send money to your contacts.

Funds are transferred almost instantaneously, even if the recipient doesn’t have a Google Pay account. Your friends and family will receive an email, text message, or notification if they already have the Google Pay app installed, so they can cash out.[/blockquote]

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Google also confirms that the same functionality will roll out to Google Home devices in “the coming months.”

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Former National Defence Academy Cadet, Mukul Sharma is an Android Lover. He makes Android reviews on Android Updated. You can find him at Android Updated or at Stuff Listings.

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Cut-out wallpapers soon to be a thing: Now official for the Galaxy S10 lineup

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A little while ago, we got a bunch of wallpapers which blended in perfectly with the under-display camera layout of the recently launched Galaxy S10 lineup of smartphones.

You can have a look at them by following our existing coverage of the same.

Now, Samsung has decided to make things official as the company has launched official cut-out wallpapers for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10E, and Galaxy S10+.

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They, however, are not going to be free of cost

These cut-out wallpapers are available on the Samsung Theme Store. They, however, are not going to be free of cost.

If you want to download these wallpapers, they cost $0.99 a piece. The sad part is that you cannot even try them before downloading (for obvious reasons).

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Still, if you want to try out some of the cut-out wallpapers for free, you can head to this SubReddit and get them all for free.

Update: We now have the download links to the wallpapers. You can get them all from the links below

Even after having almost all the latest tech, there will be a big bunch of people who would hate the design choice as the both the Samsung Galaxy S10 and the Samsung Galaxy S10+ feature an under-display camera which leaves a dark spot at the top right side of the display.

In case you are not a big fan of the holes too, these wallpapers are going to make you a lot happier.

What are your thoughts on the latest cut-out wallpapers for the Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup? Do let us know in the comments section down below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Android Updated. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your device screen.

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Firefox sends lets you share up to 2.5GB of files to 100 recipients

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Mozilla has recently launched a new file sharing service dubbed Firefox Send that lets you upload a file and share it to people.

Firefox Send is particularly helpful when it comes to sharing large files over email which is not possible.

With Firefox Send, users will be able to upload files up to 1GB at a time (up to 2.5GB if you have a Mozilla account. If you don’t, you can create one for free). Once the file(s) are uploaded, you can set the number of times people can download them (the limit is 100 though). Post 100 downloads, the link will expire and you would have to create a new one if you want more people to download the files.

At Mozilla, we are always committed to people’s security and privacy. It’s part of our long-standing Mozilla Manifesto. We are continually looking for new ways to fulfill that promise, whether it’s through the browser, apps or services. So, it felt natural to graduate one of our popular Test Pilot experiments, Firefox Send, send.firefox.com. Send is a free encrypted file transfer service that allows users to safely and simply share files from any browser. Additionally, Send will also be available as an Android app in beta later this week. Now that it’s a keeper, we’ve made it even better, offering higher upload limits and greater control over the files you share.

Furthermore, you can also set the time limit for the download links to expire (up to 7 days).

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To make the files password protected, Firefox Sends gives you the provision to secure the files you are uploading with a password of your choice. Post the upload, you can share the URL and the password with the recipients.

How is Firefox Send different from a typical cloud service?

Well, the files are going to be uploaded on cloud only, but the fact that they get deleted after a specified period of time helps the case when we do not want to use up our cloud storage. Conversely, if you want the files to stay on the cloud for more than 7 days, Firefox Send is not the right choice for you.

Nevertheless, it’s a quick way to share files across, so one might want to give it a try.

What are your thoughts on Firefox Send? Do let us know in the comments section down below. Also, do not forget to subscribe to Android Updated. To do so, just tap the bell icon at the bottom of your device screen.

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Nova Launcher 6.1 Beta brings dark mode to the Discover feed

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Nova Launcher for Android has recently got updated. After the update (v.6.1), the launcher brings native dark mode feature to the Discover feed.

The launcher is undoutedly one of the best Android launchers of all time and the latest update makes it fall more in line with the stock Pixel launcher.

Nova Launcher 6.1 Beta: What all is new?

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  • Oreo-like notification dots
  • Dark mode for the Discover feed

The Discover feed pops up on the device screen when you swipe to the left from your homescreen. After the update, you can set the theme to light, dark, or you can let the launcher’s night mode theme take control.

Another important update is the way the launcher handles unread notifications badges. Till now, the users of Nova launcher had to download a separate TeslaUnread app in order to be able to gather notifications, but that is no more the case as Nova launcher will provide for notification badge access natively after the update.

In case you want to download the latest beta update, you can either join the official beta program on the Google Play Store or you can sideload the APK from APKMirror.

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