This past Monday, Google announced one of Android Messages' most long-awaited features — an official web client that allows you to send and receive texts right from your computer.
The interface Google showed off looks incredibly sleek, but unfortunately for a lot of users, they've been left waiting for the update to drop without any clear indication as to when that'll happen. Google's rolling this out as a server-side update, meaning that it's being expanded to more and more handsets over this week.
Taking a quick look through the AC forums, we can see that some folks have already been graced with Google's goodwill —
Then again, there are plenty of users that are still waiting.
What about you? Do you have access to Android Messages' web client yet?
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