Then head over to messages.android.com and scan the QR code using the Android Messages app. Considering the amount of people using Google's operating system, Android Messages on the web could very well be Google's way of giving Apple's iMessage a run for the money. Google boasts of integration with Google Assistant and Google Home, the main benefit of which is being able to start a podcast on one device and continue on another. While Google Allo was not quite a success, the addition of the long-requested support for more devices should help Messages' chances to compete with the likes of iMessage, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger.
The menu will further available when you click the hamburger icon in the Android phone's messaging app.
That feature saves time when you are messaging on the go by suggesting quick text or emoji responses to messages.
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To use the new feature you will have to install the latest version of the Android Messages app. Not only that, you can also send stickers, emojis, and images.
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The feature would also function on cellular data.
The premise of this tool is that it will allow you to send a received text via desktop, pretty much like the WhatsApp's web counterpart (or the iMessages). Google says Smart Replies will be available in English initially, but with other languages following on over time. In the meantime, you likely already have some options you can use for sending a message from your computer.
After many apps that failed, including most recently Allo, Google decided to make SMSs better on Android. To check the version, Android users can check this link.
The ability to send a text message from a computer is something you probably don't think about until you need to do it. Users can also preview links within conversations. Now, when the Android mobile users will get a message with a one-time password or code from a secure site such as a bank, they can directly copy that password from the message with a tap.