Android Messages soon will be let you text from the web

Android Messages

Google will soon announce the official version of Android Messages

Since we know that Google is quite famous for its standalone messaging apps including Hangouts, Voice, Allo and Android Messages etc. Still there are chances that Google was not feeling satisfactory as compare to its competitors which already has introduced several apps like iMessage, Facebook’s Messenger and Whatsapp.

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Recently, an update has been reported for Android Messages App and a code was hidden inside this update showing that Google is getting prepared for launching a web-based service of the app that will enable user to send and receive photos, texts, video, files and locations. In addition, this report has been updated by Android police.

Another major update appear to be happen is messaging over WiFi and viewing its statuses including typing, delivered and read. Also, these clues indicating that Google is setting up to bring payments sharing feature in the app through Google pay.

Right now, this project has a codename that is “Ditto” but it is expecting that the launch title of this feature would be “Messages for Web”.

Also, it has been reported by Android Police that soon a latest version of Android Messages will be rolling out for the phones but up till now there haven’t be seen any particular changes to the UI but many great things are preparing underside.

Moreover, there are chances that this feature will be similar with Whatsapp Web in functionality and users might require a QR code that will enable them to link their PCs and smartphones. Apparently, this feature is implementing for the latest Android Messages 2.9 APK but users are enable to send the actual text right now. It might be compatible with several browsers like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge etc.

The Report also added that users will be instructed to visit the website in order to couple their devices and scan the QR code. After this they can share messages on the web interface.

We are expecting that Google will soon announce the official announcement about the implementation of this latest feature in the latest version of Android Messages.

However, we cannot confirm anything until it’s officially announced.

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