You will soon be able to send SMS from your computer!

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Google has finally released Android Messages for web. After a lot of rumors and announcement a month ago, the facility to send SMS from computer will finally start becoming available. With the latest update, users will be able to send and receive RCS, SMS through computer. That means, it will now become easier for Android users. Google has clarified that the new feature has just been released, which will start becoming available by next week. With Android getting desktop support, Google will now be able to compete directly with Apple’s iMessage.

Android Messages is the official app for Android that provides text and chat. In April, Google projected Android Messages as a rival to iMessage. Google announced on Monday that ‘Message for Web’ is a new feature of Android Messages. It has been mentioned in Google’s blogpost that the web version will support text, images and stickers. This will be the first major step taken by Google for the chat feature. After this move, ‘Android Messages’ will come in the list to compete with WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger. Desktop versions of both chat apps are available.

To use it, the user will have to install the latest version of the Android Messages app. You will have to go to the PC and open the Android message site, where you will be able to create a connection between the phone and PC by scanning the QR code. You have to go to the three dot menu given on the message app from the smartphone. Here you have to tap on ‘Messages for Web’. However, this option mentioned on the Messages app is not live yet. On desktop, you will be able to avail this benefit only after giving full tap button.

Keep in mind, now on desktop you will be able to view old messages as well as receive new messages and notifications. Talking about support, the new service can be used on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge and Google.

Google has also announced four new features in messages. Now it comes with integrated GIF support, which will also have the option to search and send GIF. Users will be able to preview the link in the conversation. Apart from this, Google will also provide the facility to copy-paste the verification code and password sent. With this, it will be possible to enter the one-time password or code received by you in one tap. Google had given information about many of these features in April itself.

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