Google's RCS-powered Chat is now available in the Messages app globally. The company plans to add end-to-end encryption shortly.
Google Messages is finally gaining the ability to schedule text messages. The feature is expected to become widely available in the coming weeks.
An APK teardown has revealed that Google is planning to add a new feature to its Messages app, allowing it to detect and delete OTPs after 24 hours automatically.
Google's Messages app is getting better at being a modern messaging app. With reactions, voice notes, and a built-in video-chat app, all it needs are users.
You can now easily deregister your phone number from Google's RCS Chat service using an online form when switching to a non-supported phone.
The Android Messages app doesn't yet support Android 11's new chat bubbles, but Google says an update will be coming out to fix that within the next few weeks.
The Google Messages app will finally add end-to-end encryption for RCS messages this year. In addition to end-to-end encryption, the app is also expected to soon gain Google Fi integration.
Google has started testing emoji reactions for RCS chats in its Messages app. There is currently no word on when the feature will begin rolling out to users.
Google's Messages app makes it faster to send photos with chat. Powered by RCS, chat is Google's way of turning Messages into an IM app, and it's getting better by the day.
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