The list of services suspended or abandoned by Google is becoming more and more consistent. This time it was the turn of Plex, a financial service presented last November that made it possible to simplify money management by collecting the list of transactions made on Google Pay and rearranging them thanks to artificial intelligence.
The project developed by Big G also included the creation of credit cards to be allocated to Plex Account holders, taking advantage of the collaboration with the Ciri and Stanford Credit Union banking institutions. The renunciation of the project by Google could be attributed to the failure to meet certain deadlines and to the expulsion of one of the executives supporting the service.
However, all is not lost: according to an interview with The Verge, in fact, the change in strategy of the Mountain View company would now entail greater attention to “digital enabling of banks and other financial services” rather than to supply direct service. This could result in a more intense development of future Google Pay features, or, again, the maintenance and improvement of some Plex specifications.