Last update: March 11, 2022 at 11:33 UTC+01:00
Last year, Samsung replaced its own Messages app on Galaxy smartphones with Google Messages in a few regions. However, Google’s Mail app wasn’t as feature-rich as Samsung. Now, the Internet search giant is adding many new features that improve group chats, better message organization, and messaging with iPhone users.
Google has announcement that the next version of its messaging app will support “Reactions” messages sent via an iPhone. This feature will be rolling out to English users first, then to users of other languages. The app will also offer improved video quality when sent to iPhone users, and it does this by sending a Google Photos link instead of sending the actual file.
Since we all receive a lot of messages every day, Google makes it easy to read important messages first. The next version of Google Messages will automatically organize your email inbox into separate tabs (personal and work). It will also automatically delete messages containing one-time passwords. This feature was rolled out in India a few months ago and is now rolling out in the US.
The new version of Google Messages will also prompt you to reply to people who are waiting for your message so you won’t miss a thing even when you’re busy. It will also remind you to wish your family members and friends on birthdays or special occasions. If you’re using the Gboard keyboard, the app can offer over 2,000 new emoji mashups as stickers through the Emoji Kitchen feature.
Google mentioned in its press release that the new version of its messaging app will be rolling out globally.”in the next weeks.”
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