We all know very well that the tech giant Google has been trying to create a messaging system across its ecosystem that is cross-cutting and can simply put users in touch. However, now according to the latest reports, now you can simply send and receive text messages from your PC or laptop.
Google: Now You Can Send And Receive Text Messages From Your PC or Laptop
The tech giant Google has been trying to create a messaging system across its ecosystem that is cross-cutting and can simply put users in touch.
Now another element has arrived. Yes, from today you can send text messages directly from the PC or computer, integrating with Android and the Messages app.
The tech giant Google’s way into the messaging world has not been simple. As the tech giant Google has presented many solutions and they have not been adopted and its competition has been fierce.
Hence, the tech giant Google has now taken another step and made available the Android Messages site, where you can send and read the messages that this app receives.
With the reading of a QR code, it is possible to interconnect the PC and Android, bridging these two universes and turning them into a single element. Usage does not require connecting devices on the same network, but the tech giant Google recommends this step for saving data.
In addition to this new feature, the tech giant Google has also introduced a few more things in its Messaging app and its service. These will be made available gradually and require updating the Android Messaging app to give you access to all the features.
We talked about the possibility of sending GIFs directly from the app, the possibility of using Smart Reply, for faster and direct responses, and finally the possibility of being seen the web links directly in the app, to facilitate the decision of access to the receiving sites.
Finally, and this was a known novelty, Android will detect a code 2FA and the notification will include the possibility of copying the code, thus being in memory and ready to be used in the app that originated the request of the code.
With this new initiative, the tech giant Google gives a firm step to its statement in the messaging market. The competition is strong and well advanced, with the tech Apple having iMessage, though closed in its universe, and the social network giant Facebook with the most widely used instant messaging app, of course, WhatsApp and Messenger.
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