Hinglish and Bill Splitting Is Coming on Google Apps

The Google Pay app, which includes a new bill splitting feature, is a good place for the company to begin its expansion.

Ankit Awasthi

By Ankit Awasthi

Published on 23 Nov 2021 12:35 PM GMT

Hinglish and Bill Splitting Is Coming on Google Apps
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Lucknow: Google, the search engine company, announced at its Google for India event last week that new features to improve its apps will be rolled out shortly. Google is the world's largest search engine firm. Along with booking vaccine appointments and supporting search in five different local languages, Google apps will now have 'Hinglish' translation skills, as well as the option to translate between English and other languages. The Google Pay app, which includes a new bill splitting feature, is a good place for the company to begin its expansion.

Go to settings and select Hinglish

It is claimed by XDA developers that after a new update is released for the company's payment app, customers will have the option of selecting the language "Hinglish" from the language settings menu. Google expects to release the feature sometime early next year, and it will be integrated into another Google application later on in the year. The Google Pay app currently supports seven Indian languages, including Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and Telugu. The Google Pay app is available in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. The Google Pay application is available in three languages: English, Spanish, and Brazilian Portuguese.

The info came through an Official tweet

Due to a desire to make it easier for Indian users to interact with its apps, the company is constantly improving the language of its apps as well as incorporating local languages into its products. To make it easier for Indian users to communicate with one another, Google will begin supporting Hinglish in its apps early next year. Many users will find it difficult to comprehend the content in either English or Hindi, so they will be forced to choose between the two languages.

Hinglish the language of New India

It is a common language of speech among people who speak Hindi in India, and it is made up of a mix of Hindi and English that is spoken by people who are fluent in both languages and are fluent in both languages. According to the findings of the study, even when writing in Hindi on social media, users prefer to use English letters rather than Devanagari script letters. Hinglish apps, which are those that combine elements of the Hindi and English languages, will also be included in the collection. Additionally, the screenshot has been shared, which includes Hindi words written in Latin script or English as well.

Bill Split is coming on Google Pay

A new bill-splitting feature is also being introduced by the company for its Indian customers. This feature will allow users to split a bill with their friends on an equal basis, which will be convenient for them. The Google Pay app will allow users to group with their friends or family members to make a payment. The bill amount will be divided equally among all of the members of the group once the payment has been made. It will be the responsibility of each member to pay their portion of the bill.

Learn new words on Google App

In conjunction with the Google app, a feature rollout was launched earlier this month. The feature, which will teach new words every day to improve one's command of the English language, will be available to all users. To take advantage of the latest feature, users will be able to sign up for new word notifications that will be delivered every day. Users will not only learn new words daily, but they will also be aware of some amusing facts about words that they may not have otherwise known. Additionally, learning the English language will be more enjoyable as a result of this new feature.

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