If you own an iPhone and work on your Mac computer most of the time, then you probably know the convenience of iMessage. You never have to leave your computer to read and/or reply to a message on your phone. Well, Google wants to replicate the same thing across all desktop platforms using its SMS client, the Android Messages.
If you are on Android, then your answer to iMessage is the Android Messages as it lets you read/reply to your SMS messages directly from any desktop computer. Now you don’t have to break your workflow by moving from the desktop to your phone when working on the computer.
For a long time, Android users had to use alternative third-party apps if they want to read and reply to their SMS on their computer. Perhaps even ditch the SMS platform altogether and use OTT services such as WhatsApp and Telegram.
However, with Android Messages, Google has introduced the Messages for Web. Whereby you can use any web browser to link to the Messages app on your Android phone. Once linked, you can now receive SMS on your phone and …read more