Protection for everyone Google starts rolling out end-to-end encryption for group chats in Messages.
It's about time AT&T customers will experience enhanced messaging on Android phones thanks to the switch to Google's RCS platform.
Apple announced iOS 17 this week, and the users who installed the latest beta saw changes when messaging Android users.
Google Messages has finally caught up to messaging apps like Signal and WhatsApp in offering end-to-end encrypted RCS group chats to all users.
Google has silently rolled out (and enabled) a new feature that reduced photo resolution when sending to a recipient.
RCS is the "hot new thing" for messaging as it brings an iMessage-like experience to Android. If you have a Samsung phone, here's how to get the feature working right away.
RCS, SMS, iMessage. All three share a piece of the texting pie, but why? Here's a closer look at what each brings to the table.
Google appears to have a new feature in the works for its messaging app, which will allow users to respond directly to individual messages.
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