Google is closing the gap between Android and iOS.
In an update rolling out today, Google is (finally!) releasing desktop support for the texting service, Android Messages. The update will allow Android smartphone owners to send and receive text messages straight from their laptops or desktops. Text, images, and stickers will be supported in the web version of the service.
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Android users can get started by visiting the new Android Messages website. From there, they’ll be presented with a QR code that they’ll then scan with the Android Messages app. Read more…
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