Google Pay got a big revamp last week. The brand-new app introduces a number of features like automatic receipt scanning, as well as a fresh new interface. But with the turn towards a new direction, Google is ending support for a key feature of Google Pay on the web. Starting next year, users won’t be able to send or receive money unless they use the new app.

Visitors to now see a banner warning that sending and receiving money from other people will be discontinued on the web starting “early in 2021.” The only solution Google recommends is to download the new app.

The Google Pay website displays a banner warning of the feature depreciation.

While it’s great that Google’s refreshed app brings a bunch of helpful new features, it’s a shame that it comes at the cost of sacrificing basic functionality like sending and receiving money on the