Google has started Rich Communication Service (RCS) roll out for select Google Messenger users. The update brings all the features of RCS to the standalone text messaging app from Google that was launched in 2014. Continue reading “Rich Communication Service (RCS) is going live for some Google Messenger users”
Google has updated its Messenger app for Android to version 1.4 that brings support for location sharing, stickers, and quick scrolling. The location sharing in attach dialog lets you easily share your location, and the recipient gets a small image of the map with the location and a link to Google Maps. It also has a link to the business or POI’s web page if there is one. Continue reading “Google Messenger gets location sharing, stickers and more”
Google has updated Messenger app for Android with quick reply-like feature that allows you to quickly respond to text messages without opening the Messenger app.
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Google removed messaging app on Nexus devices and released an updated Hangouts app that combines SMS and Hangouts conversation. Now Google has released a separate messaging app called Messenger instead of using Hangouts as the messaging app. It can handle both SMS and MMS and lets you share pictures and videos from the chat dialog, search contacts and conversations, block SMSs, send audio messages, send emjios and more. Continue reading “Google releases standalone Messenger app for Android”