Android Messages will let you Send Texts from Desktop, Rolling Out Today

A few days back we told our readers that Google Will Soon Let you Send Text Messages from Desktop. The feature will provide Android users with an official method of texting back to their loved ones from the desktop. Good News, This feature for Android Messages will roll out today.

Android Messages will let you send texts from your computer starting today

In today’s blog post, Google also goes over numerous other recent improvements to Android Messenger including built-in GIF search, support for smart replies on more carriers, inline link previews, and easy copy/paste for two-factor authentication messages.

Last year, the first evidence was spotted as ‘SMS Connect’ on the Chrome OS. Now, some a set of codes have once again hinted on its existence. XDA Developers website was the first one to report this feature of Google. Furthermore, The code was found in Chromium Gerrit repository.

The code explicitly mentions ‘CrOS Android Messages integration’. It elaborates that the SMS Connect feature will be available for ChromeOS users and they can try it out. However, it is still unclear how to use this feature. Moreover, there will be some sort of pairing process with the phone.

Android Messages for the web starts rolling out to users today. In next few days, it will reach a large majority of users. Just be sure you’re connected to your WiFi when you’re using it.

Also Read: Google Will Soon Let you Send Text Messages from Desktop

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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