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Google Pay Bill Split: How To Split Bills and Expenses Easily Using Google Pay

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Google has announced a couple of new updates to the Google Pay application in India today at the Google for India 2021 event. The search engine giant has announced support for Hinglish language on the Google Pay app. Also soon, in India, Google Pay will get a new feature that will allow users to split bills and expenses within the app itself. Let’s take a look at the new features in detail. 

 How To Split Bills and Expenses Easily Using Google Pay

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Announced at Google for India 2021 event, soon Google Pay app will allow users in India to split bills and expenses of shopping, food, or any other payments. Here is how you can split bills with your friends or family members. 

  1. Select an existing group from the home screen or create a new group by tapping on “New payment”
  2. Select “Split an expense”
  3. Allocate group members share
  4. Click on “Send request”
  5. Once this is done, Google Pay will keep track of all the payments Google Pay Bill Split

How you can create a group on Google Pay

  1. To create a group, click on “New payment” on the home screen
  2. Select “New group”
  3. Select the members you want to add to the group
  4. Enter the group name and create

Once this is done, you can start splitting the bills and expenses. Google Pay split bill feature will be coming to India later this year. 

Further, Google Pay is also getting support for the Hinglish language which is basically a mix of Hindi and English. This is an attempt by Google to make these interactions even more intuitive and natural via Google Pay. Also, in the future, the app will get speech to text support that allows users to use voice input to pay directly to another user’s bank account. Google Pay Bill Split

Users will be able to voice account numbers in Hindi or English into the app to enter the account number, which is then confirmed with the sender before initiating the payment. 

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Moto G51 India Launch Officially Set for December 10

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Motorola recently launched the Moto G31 handset in India. The brand is now gearing up to launch a new G-series handset in the country. Motorola recently took it to social media channels to tease the Moto G51 5G India launch. Now, the company has confirmed that the handset will make its debut in India on December 10th. The announcement post further reveals that the upcoming Moto G51 5G will be exclusive to Flipkart, similar to all other Moto handsets. Take a look at the official teaser,

Motorola, via the teaser, has confirmed that the upcoming Moto G51 5G will come with 12 5G bands. The launch teaser also confirms that the handset will feature a display with a punch-hole notch. Apart from this, the company hasn’t revealed anything about the smartphone. However, the handset has already been unveiled in China.

Moto G51: Specifications and Features

The Moto G51 5G packs a 6.8 inch FHD+ LCD display with 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution, 20:9 aspect ratio, and a 120Hz refresh rate. The display panel on the handset houses the front camera inside the punch-hole notch.

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The Moto G51 is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 480+ mobile processor that is fabbed on an 8nm process. The graphics duties on the device are handled by an integrated Adreno 619 GPU. The handset boots Android 11.

The Moto G51 5G comes with a 50MP triple rear camera setup and a LED flash. The primary 50MP sensor on the handset gets coupled with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor. It also has a 2MP macro sensor and a 13MP selfie shooter.

The Moto G51 5G draws power from a 5,000mAh battery, and supports 10W charging. The handset has a USB Type-C charging port, a 3.5mm audio jack, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, a micro-SD card slot, a dedicated Google Assistant button, and an IP52 rating. The handset comes in Aqua Blue, Bright Silver, and Indigo Blue color variants. We can expect the handset to be priced under Rs. 20,000 in the country. What’s your guess on Moto G51 5G India pricing? Do let us know in the comments below.

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YouTube dislike counts are still disabled, but here’s how to view them via a browser extension

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Last month, Google announced that it would stop showing dislike counts on videos on YouTube. The move has been disheartening for many users, but it’s actually something that other social media platforms have also been working on for a while now. Instagram had stopped showing likes on the platform a while back, and though creators can still get the numbers on the backend, it doesn’t show on the front end for others. YouTube’s plan is to do the same, but if you still want to see the dislike counts on videos, there is a workaround that you can use.

How to See Disike Counts on YouTube

It all starts with a browser extension called “Return YouTube Dislike”, which works on Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge browsers. It will work on Apple devices too, and will allow users to return the dislike button to users if used. It has already received hundreds and thousands of downloads, and many positive reviews.

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The extension just needs to be installed once, and then turned on. Once on, it will automatically recognise when you’re on YouTube and change the website to show the dislike button. Not just that, the extension will also show you the exact number of dislikes, unlike the original version of YouTube, which showed the closest rounded off number. So instead of seeing 1K dislikes, you will see 1023 or something of the sort.

How to download Return YouTube Dislike

For PCs, you will need to open the Chrome Web Store, or the equivalent for Firefox or Edge. Once there, you simply have to search for ‘Return to Dislike’ and download the extension. The browser you’re using will automatically add the extension to your current collection, and you just have to ensure that it’s active.

It’s worth remembering though, that this extension is essentially bypassing YouTube’s rules, which means that it may remain operational for a short time. Google usually picks up such extensions, and could decide to kick it off the Chrome Web Store. YouTube could also work ways to block the extension itself, but at least you will get to see dislikes until either of those things happen.

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