Google has in the past three years, released a plethora of messaging apps. You would have to be (not a Google fan) a Google junkie to install all these apps (Allo, Hangout, Android Messages, Duo, Gchat…the list goes on and on. The sad thing is that there is a lot of duplication across all these apps; it would make more sense if Google collapsed them into a single app.
Google for all its greatness all these years, has never been able to achieve simple yet very useful features in all its messaging apps. The ability to handle all your messages across all platform, the way Apple has designed iMessage to do across iOS and macOS devices.
Well, Google is going to copy that feature from iMessage and paste it on its Android Messages app; you could soon have desktop SMS messaging right off your computer. Though the most recent Android Messages update does not come with much in terms of new features. However, it does have some new codes that signify this update is paving the way for more interesting features in the near …read more