The new Hinglish’ language option on Google Pay will sit with existing options of Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, and Telegu
The US-based company announced a series of new product features in the 7th edition of annual event ‘Google for India’. It contributed to Digital India Mission that has mature considerably amid the pandemic more people through local languages and voice support in search, digital payments and vaccine slot bookings.
Google will roll out support for Hinglish, a mix of Hindi and English, and a range of additional features to its payment app Google Pay in India. By simply changing the language to hinglish from the settings the whole app transforms to Hinglish.
Google pay launched speech to text feature. Users will be able to soon fill details such as bank account information for merchant payments with voice in Hindi or English
Google also enabled integration with COWIN to allow Google assistant-enabled, end to end vaccine booking flow in India. New internet users can now easily book an appointment in a more guided way empowering them with the access to information and healthcare. This is a profound illustration how technology can bridge the gap of access making a meaningful difference.
Google allows users to access web pages from other language and view them in their preferred local language. This feature is now available in 5 Indian languages with more to come and can be accessed on any mobile browser that supports google search.
Google Pay’s launched MyShop feature. It will allow merchants to build a storefront by adding images and descriptions of their products. It lets merchants quickly create their own online storefronts within minutes. They can include information like business hours, delivery policies photos and showcase their product catalogues