Google pay’s old IOS app, android app and website will lose many payment functions in January, and according to a supporting document from Google, the old app will soon be unable to send or receive payments or withdrawals. At the same time, a notice on Google pay said it would also lose the ability to send and receive point-to-point payments. < / P > < p > these changes occurred after the massive offline update of the service last week. Users noticed that the new Google pay family of services added a new application and new features, such as the option to automatically scan Gmail inboxes and Google photo accounts to import receipts. The new service will be further expanded next year, when Google plans to work with major banks to provide a full range of checks and savings accounts in Google pay. < / P > < p > in addition, Google will introduce a 1.5% fee when transferring funds from Google pay using a debit card. A support page says that the process of transferring funds out of a debit card is usually instantaneous and will now incur a fee of 1.5%, or a minimum of $0.31. Transferring out to an associated bank account is still free, but it may take one to three working days, which was originally zero fee. < / P > < p > although its point-to-point payment function is disappearing, Google has confirmed that the online version of Google pay interface will continue to exist, and will focus more on the management of payment methods, subscription and account settings in the future. More Samsung devices can now run Android applications on PC through your phone