According to a media report, Google is planning to shift its Messages web app from Android.com to Google.com. The messages web app allows you to manage SMS/MMS messages on your phone from another device.
Trough Android Messages app you are able to access a web interface to chat with people from your phone using your desktop. For that, you have to go to Messages.Android.com, but the new report suggests that Google is planning to shift users to a new address: Messages.Google.com.
Google to Shift Messages Web App from Android.com to Google.com
With the help of a new code change discovered in Chromium’s Gerrit source code management, soon Google will move the service to “messages.google.com” sometime.
For readers information, Via Messages Web App, you can use your PC to chat with your friends, which shows what’s on your Messages mobile app. Carrier fees will be applied, just like on the mobile app, when you SMS messages via Messages using a connection from your computer to your phone.
The QR code for Messages for the web is unique to your computer and pairs the mobile app to that computer. You can pair your Messages account on multiple devices, but only one will be active at a time.