Google Pay users are in for a surprise as they carefreely use the software to make purchases and transactions. Since the new tool will serve as a reality check for those users who struggle to keep track of their transactions, it may or may not be sweet. The new segment, 2020 Rewind by the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) app, now displays the amount of money spent by its users using the app in 2020. Google Pay offers consumers with insights into their 2020 spending trends.
On Android and iOS, the new segment, 2020 Rewind, is currently displayed as a banner on the Google Pay app. The rewind segment offers a summary of the amount of days you spent on the app. It also displays the badges that a user has won, as well as the types of spending and the year’s cumulative rewards.
- Access to the Rewind 2020 button is incredibly easy.
- The Google Pay app must be opened by users
- Tap the banner button on the top of the Google Pay app on the rewind button.
- You read the summary for 2020.
Alternately, by going to Promotions, users can reach the rewind icon. The app shows the number of days that the Google Pay app has been used by a customer. Tap on Start to Explore, then. If you have communicated with local retailers, and the amount of purchases you have made, the app then displays your operation. It will also include data on how much money users have saved via cashback over the year. Google Pay can include details on the number of cities you have traveled to in the game if you have played Go India on the website.
Google gives batches as incentives such as social link, local donor and super saver, depending on the amount of transactions and the contribution. Google Pay also offers details about the amount of interactions with the app you have had. To go forward or backward, users can swipe to the right or left. By displaying a rough graph of the user’s monthly spending along with the month in which the user has spent the largest amount on the app, Google Pay shows users their monthly spending patterns.
Cumulative data from the Google Pay 2020 Overview is estimated as of December 19, 2020 and no transactions after December 19 have been registered. If users are unable to use it, they can access the feature by updating to the new version of the app on Android or iOS. Google Photos will also roll out a “Year in Review” feature that will first appear on Android and iOS, except the internet, in the Memories’ carousel. Rather than the typical look back at this day or week in previous years or recent highlights, Google posted a rundown of the past 12 months, 9 to 5.