09 February, 2018
Google explores texting from your browser
Google's Android Messages application could soon get a sensational makeover with some intriguing new highlights, according to an APK teardown by XDA Developers and Android Police. Most altogether, it would seem that you'll have the capacity to match your telephone with a PC and content straightforwardly from a program like Chrome, Firefox and Safari, much as you can with Google's Allo informing application.
Dissimilar to Allo, be that as it may, Android Messages could enable you to send portable SMSes as opposed to web messages, making messaging a decent measure less demanding. To utilize it, you may need to filter a QR code on your PC or Mac, at that point match your gadget each time you need to content. The component seems, by all accounts, to be in part actualized in the most recent Android Messages 2.9 APK, yet you can't yet send a real content.
The APK likewise indicates the capacity to send and get installments, likely by means of Google Pay, possibly opening that administration up to numerous more clients. There are likewise signs that something many refer to as Google Enhanced Messaging, presumably comparable Smart Replies for Gmail, Allo and Inbox, is coming to Android Messages.
On the whole, Google gives off an impression of being changing Android Messages into an Allo-like application, aside from versatile SMS messages rather than online ones. It could likewise be adapting it to a degree by means of Google Pay. Considering the power it yields over the Android cell phone environment, that could add up to a great deal of dollars. Take every one of the progressions with some salt, however, in light of the fact that APKs don't really mean highlights are an unchangeable reality, and a portion of the previously mentioned highlights are still insane.