Everyone knows that Google has had its struggles when it comes to messaging apps. In the past, there’s been voice hangouts and Allo Just to name a few. Even though each of these apps has included Some notable features. It’s no secret that Google has pretty much miss the mark. Google has recently announced that they are revamping the Android messages App with some new features as well as a new name. Google currently has the Android Messages App is preinstalled as the default messaging app for many Android phones.
Rather than create yet another messaging app they are planning to add the upgrades to the existing app. That will be called chat. Although all the features have not yet been completely integrated. One of the key features has recently gone live. Android Messages now lets you text from your web browser. Android Messages For the web gives you the ability to leave your phone in another room and still receive your messages.
How To Setup
Messages For Web
Android Messages For The Web is very responsive and supports many of the same features that are in the mobile version like gifs and read receipts. The web version of Android For Web is simple to set up.
Step 1: Download the latest version of Android messages from the google play store. Follow onscreen prompts to set as the default messaging app.
Step2: tap on the 3 dots in the upper right Conner and tap on settings.
Step3: Tap on for the web and go to the given URL on your pc or tablet.
Step 4: Scan the QR Code with your Android device and all your set.
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