Google prepping Android Messages for web
Google is pushing a new update to Android Messages and while the software may appear innocuous, a teardown by Android Police has revealed a lot of changes under the hood. The biggest change is that Google appears to be prepping Android Messages for web use, allowing users to carry on their communications between paired phones, laptops, and desktops. Users will go to a website on their computer and then scan the QR code with their phone to pair the devices.
Google is also planning to heavily push Rich Communication Services (RCS) texting, which adds features like texting over data, read receipts, and HD photos. The promotional text makes it sound as though Google will be ha…
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