Android messages will let you send and receive SMS from your computer

Android messages will let you send and receive SMS from your computer

With the update, mobiile and desktop users can now connect via Android Messages. The company says it was one of the top requested features by users.

Google on Monday, June 18, USA time, announced that it was officially launching new features for Android Messages including the highly-requested support for web browsers. The company announced that it would begin rolling out Messages for web starting today, with the full rollout completing over the next week. From there, you'll be able to send and receive texts from inside your browser as if you were using you phone.

Google's help page for the Messages web interface has also gone live.

All you would need to do is access the Android Messages web app, and sync your smartphone to any laptop with a browser.

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Earlier this year, we heard that Google was planning on bringing Android Messages to the web, which would basically let users carry over conversations from their Android devices onto desktops and laptops.

While this is nearly certainly the biggest and most exciting changes for Messages, Google is also pushing a number of other new features to the app, including Smart Replies, GIF search and link previews. If someone sends you a link in a chat - or if you send them a link - Messages will give an inline preview of that link's contents. This will show reply suggestions based on the context of your conversation. "Smart Replies will be available in English for now, and come to more languages over time", Google said in a blog.

This last feature is also similar to a new addition coming to iMessage in iOS 12.

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