New Delhi. Google is known for its innovations. Now Google has added a new feature in its digital payment app GPay, which will bring great convenience to millions of people. Actually Google has added a new language to GPay and this language is Hinglish. Meaning the script will be Roman and the language Hindi. Just like you use while chatting with your friends.

The company had announced this mix of Hindi and English language last year, which has now been released for all users. Through the new feature, you will be able to read Hindi in English on Google Pay. Users can easily change their usage language in the app.

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Which users will benefit?

The support of this new language will benefit those users, who are unable to read Hindi well and also their English is not that good. Due to weak English and Hindi (written in Devanagari script), the problem of understanding the features of the app will now end.

Hinglish is a mixture of Hindi and English language. Google’s payment app is based on the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) of the National Payments Corporation of India. Along with this, this app will now support 9 languages. This is the first app from Google, which will support hybrid language. Google Pay users who have updated to the latest version on Android and iOS can set their language to Hinglish. In this, apart from Hindi, English, English (US), Hinglish, 6 local languages ​​of India have been added, which include Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu languages.

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How to Switch to Hinglish?

  • First of all, Google Pay app has to be opened.
  • Tap on your profile picture at the top.
  • Then go to Settings. Tap on Personal Info in the Settings menu.
  • After that go to Language.
  • From here you can choose the language of your choice.
  • If you want to set Hinglish as the language, then tap on it.

Tags: google pay, Upi

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