Google announced Android Messages for Web which enables desktop users to send and receive SMS from their desktop or laptop.
Android Messages for Web is developed on the principles of Google Allo and now you can easily send and receive messages on your desktop. The web version of Android Messages will also provide images, stickers, and emojis. However, it will provide a great user experience to users.
Along with the Android Messages for Web, Google also revealed other updates in the messaging app. GIF search facility, preview of links in conversations, smart reply feature, and facility to copy OTP with just a tap are few of them. Technology experts believe that Google’s move will give tough time to Apple’s iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and WhatsApp Web. Earlier, Google Allo failed to create significant impact in the messaging app industry. However, Android Messages for Web will assist them to regain their lost position.
How to Send Android Messages on Web?
- Visit Android Messages Website to send and receive messages.
- On the home page, a QR code will be visible that can be further scanned through the Android phone’s “Messages for Web” menu.
- The menu will further available when you click the hamburger icon in the Android phone’s messaging app.
- The phone should be connected to the internet either through WiFi or mobile data to send messages.