Forgive Google for all it’s confusing instant messaging apps. They all basically do the same thing with little to no difference from what one app does better from the other. Be that as it may, Google’s Android Messages has received a rather interesting update that will enable you to send/receive SMS messages from your desktop computer.
This new feature works in more or less the same way as the web version of WhatsApp, Telegram, and even Google Allo. You launch the app (Android Messages) on your phone and making sure you have internet connection on both your smartphone and computer. On your computer, launch your browser and go to messages.android.com.
The first thing to greet you on that site will be a big QR code located on the right side of the web page. Now turn to your smartphone and launch the Android Messages app. Tap the icon that has three dots running down vertically at to top far right corner of the Android Messages app. You will see Messages for web option in the menu list.
Next, tap on Scan QR code and the point your phone …read more