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Google Wallet app updated with Touch ID support and new bill splitting feature

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Google has updated the Google Wallet app for iOS with a few nifty new features. On the security front the app now features support for Touch ID, allowing users to avoid using a PIN to open the mobile wallet. Users can also now access their loyalty and gift cards, even when their devices are offline.

The biggest new addition to the app, however, is targeted at groups of friends or business associates who dine together regularly. Google Wallet now features a charge splitting feature that will show you exactly how much each member of your party owes for a bill. It's now much easier to split dinner or figure out the cost of a birthday party.

You can find the updated version of Google Wallet right now for free in the iTunes store.

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