Google Pay Hinglish Support Rolled Out on iOS and Android

Google Pay currently formally supports 9 languages.


Google Pay Hinglish Support Rolled Out on iOS and Android



Google Pay has supplemental support for Hinglish — a hybrid mixture of Hindi and English — in concert of the formally supported languages on the app. The company's payments app, that relies on the National Payments Corporation of India's Unified Payments Interface (UPI) currently supports 9 languages. it's the primary Google app to feature support for the hybrid language. Users World Health Organization have updated to the newest version of Google Pay on robot and iOS will set their language to Hinglish.


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The addition of Hinglish in concert of the formally supported languages on Google Pay was noticed by OnlyTech. Users World Health Organization have updated to the newest version of Google Pay on robot and iOS ought to be able to choose Hinglish rather than English or Hindi, supported their preference. Gadgets 360 was able to ensure the presence of Hinglish as Associate in Nursing possibility on Google Pay on each robot and iOS.


How to change your Google Pay language to Hinglish:


  1. Update Google Pay to the latest version via the Google Play store or App Store.
  2. Tap your profile photo at the top right corner of the screen.
  3. Select Settings > Personal info
  4. Tap on the Language option.
  5. Select Hinglish, the third option in the list

Upon selecting Hinglish in Google Pay, various parts of the interface will now sport hybrid translations of common terms. "Scan any QR code" reads "koi bhi QR scan karein", while "Show transaction history" is displayed as "Transaction history dekhein" . Meanwhile, the "New payment" button now says "Naya payment" in Hinglish.

The addition of Hinglish was first announced by the company in November last year at its Google for India 2021 event. At the time, Google had revealed it would allow users to access Google Pay in a conversational hybrid of Hindi and English that user Hindi words with English script. The company had said Hinglish would be available to users in India starting in early 20022, and would benefit 350 million users who have set it as their default language.


Google Pay for Android and iOS now supports nine languages - Bengali, English, Gujarati, Hindi, Hinglish,  kannada, Marathi, Tamil and Telugu. While Google Pay is the first app to support the hybrid language, it opens the door for support to be added to more Gooogle apps in the future.

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