Are you one of those people who dreads splitting the bill with friends? Me too. It’s tedious and time-consuming, and figuring out who owes what can be hard when you’ve had more than a few drinks. But now Google Pay has come to the rescue! In this post, I’ll walk you through how to use Google Pay to split your bill with ease! Ready? Let’s do this thing! The Google Pay Trick That’ll Make Splitting Your Bill With Friends a Breeze
Why we should start splitting our bills
Table of Contents
When it comes to splitting the check for dinner, or any kind of bill in general, the old-fashioned divide-by-numbers method isn’t very practical. You could always go for one-third, two-thirds, one half or some other arbitrary measure… but that can lead to some pretty unbalanced results. And it’s not just limited to groups of two people! Imagine trying to figure out how much each person should pay when there are eight people sitting around the table.
How to split bills
I am sure you’ve been in that situation where you’re splitting the bill with food, drinks, or other expenses with someone and trying to calculate who owes what. The Google Pay trick will make it easy to keep track of your tabs. All you need is their email address, mobile number, or phone’s NFC (near-field communication) chip. When the time comes to split the tab, just open up Google Pay on your smartphone and choose Split Bill. Enter in how much each person owes and confirm when ready.
How much easier will it be with google pay?
There’s always that one person at the table who decides they want to order more than their share of the meal, and then you get stuck with the tab. At least there used to be. No more, thanks to an easy new trick. Recently, one reporter found out how to divide their bill up into portions and share it with friends right from within the Google Pay app on their phone.
When should you use this option ?
Google Pay is similar to Venmo and ApplePay, but its unique twist is that it can automatically split any purchases with your friends. Here’s how: Open the app and select the Split option at checkout. You can invite friends by tapping Invite Friend, then select from your contacts or enter their email addresses. Once they’re added, each person will see their balance in the app when they make a purchase; when you’re ready to pay, tap on their name to authorize the charge.
Must read, step by step guide on how to do it
Whenever I go out with friends, I either end up paying the entire bill or splitting it evenly with them. It can be awkward to have to remind your friends that they still owe you money, so this trick makes it easy! The next time you’re out with friends and get the bill, open up the google pay app on your phone and click Split Bill. It will give you a bunch of different options for splitting the bill in equal parts.