Android Messages for Web goes Live for all users:- Android user? Moved from iOS to Android recently? Now missing iMessages? brace yourself! Google is starting rolling out the update to their Android Messages app on Play Store. The update will be available later today to download.
Android Messages brings Desktop Messaging
Back in April this year, Google revealed its plans to compete with iMessage, an Apple’s proprietary service. Google decided to turn Android Messages into something, that can compete with iMessage. A lot of changes are supposed to be done, but another feature is also being introduced – Desktop Messaging.
Say hello to Desktop Messaging
Google will later start rolling out the update to all of the users. But, if you don’t know, Google has also introduced a new subdomain to its Android’s website. The website is messages.android.com.
When you go to the website, you will be greeted with a large QR Code, that is to be scanned by [the] app.
Here is the screen what you all will see
To log in, tap the three dot menu on the right-up corner, then select Messages For Web. Then on next screen scan the QR code on the above-given website.
Other than this, Google also highlights some smaller features. These features include GIF search button, Smart Reply and much more
Source: Windows Central
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