Trend Results : Android Messages

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 2306)


Google’s Reply app adds smart replies to Skype, GroupMe and other messaging apps

Google released a new messaging app extension this week with Reply, a smart reply generator for Android messaging apps. Reply works with apps like Microsoft’s Skype and automatically generates replies for you, much like Google already does with its Allo app. Show More Summary

Businesses can now send RCS texts to Android Messages users

Launching first in the U.S. and Mexico. We're expecting Google to go all-in with Android Messages later this year to turn it into a true iMessage competitor, but until that day, folks in the U.S. and Mexico are getting a small treat of what's to come. Show More Summary

Businesses tap Google's RCS for more useful text messages

Google has supported Rich Communication Services (RCS) for a while now, hoping to bring features like group chat, high-res photo sharing and read receipts to all Android users. The company made a big push to expand RCS support on Android...Show More Summary

Android users can now receive multimedia texts from some businesses

Google has been working on adopting Rich Communication Services (RCS) for quite some time now, rolling out the feature in Android Messages and getting initial support from the likes of Sprint. Now a few more retail business can take advantage of the initiative, too. [...]

Partnering with the mobile industry to connect people and businesses with RCS

19 hours agoTechnology / Google : Google Blog

We’ve been partnering with the mobile industry to improve the messaging experience on Android with RCS (Rich Communication Services), bringing more enhanced features to the standard messaging experience on mobile devices. As of today, we are working with 43 carriers and device manufacturers to bring better native messaging to every Android user. Show More Summary

Google doesn’t want you to ‘send a message to Barack Obama’

… Well, kind of. It appears that the Google app for Android is suffering from a bizarre glitch that breaks its interface anytime someone tries searching how to send a message to Barack Obama. As spotted by observant users on Reddit,Show More Summary

Google Rolls Out Google Pay Branding to Replace Android Pay

Google's mobile payment platform has gone through almost as many revamps as its messaging apps, but maybe today will be the last one for a long time. The post Google Rolls Out Google Pay Branding to Replace Android Pay appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Facebook Kids App Widely Criticised By Child Health Advocates Is Now Available To Even More Kids

Messenger Kids, Facebook's messaging service for children, is rolling out to Android users today. It's a bold move, given that the app has gotten a lot of heat since its launch in December. Nearly 100 child health advocates signed aShow More Summary

How to Keep Your Android Phone Unlocked When You’re Walking

Enabling the Android lock screen and protecting it with a PIN, fingerprint, or password is a good idea. Without any lock screen security, anyone who picks up your phone could access your messages, email, and all the apps on your phone. Show More Summary

Facebook's Messenger Kids App Lands On Android Devices

Facebook's messaging application for children, announced late last year, is now available for Android devices via the Google Play Store. Messenger Kids is a mobile app that gives kids under the age of 13 the power to communicate via text and video with approved family members and friends. Show More Summary

Like Gmail's smart replies? Now you can add them to other messaging apps

Google is currently testing updates to smart replies, a feature that's common to Gmail users, and predicts the way you might respond to a message, providing you suggestions and one-tap buttons to use them.  According to Android Police,...Show More Summary

Google is bringing AI-powered one-tap replies to all your messaging apps

Smart Reply, my favorite Gmail feature that lets you respond to emails by simply tapping on a contextually relevant message, is coming to a bunch more apps, thanks to Google’s experimental division, Area120, reports Android Police. The new superpower will arrive in the form of Reply, an app that the company is slated to begin testing soon. Show More Summary

Google team will bring Smart Replies to more chat apps

If you've wanted to use Google's canned Smart Replies in chat apps, you've been limited to using Allo or (if you're on the right carrier) Android Messages. But what if you're one of the many, many people using something else? Don't fret:...Show More Summary

Google might soon be launching web interface for Android Messages just like Google Allo

Google recently pushed a new update to Android Messages for Android Phones. This update bumped its version number to 2.9. This update comes with no major UI changes or major features for the app but gives us a lot of details about what Google is planning. Show More Summary

A Google R&D team wants to bring Smart Reply to all your chat apps

Smart Reply, the clever A.I.-powered technology that automatically creates responses to your inbound messages, first debuted in Google’s email client Inbox over two years ago, before later rolling out to Gmail, Android Messages on Project Fi, and Allo. Show More Summary

Android Messages is Google's best chance to compete with iMessage

After years of trial and error, all the pieces are in place for Android Messages to be a legitimate alternative to iMessage. To say that Google's had trouble creating and maintaining a messaging service to truly compete with iMessage would be the understatement of the century. Show More Summary

Google’s new messaging app might finally be able to compete with iMessage

One of the features that makes it impossible for many people to leave the iPhone is iMessage. The chat app that works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac has no rival on Android. Sure, plenty of messaging apps offer nearly the same experience,Show More Summary

Google might finally make its messaging app more like Apple's iMessage

Google might finally be bringing its default messaging app on Android up to speed with Apple's iMessage. No, the green bubbles (sadly) won't be going away, but Android users may soon have a way to exchange messages via their web browsers. SEE...Show More Summary

Android Messages app sheds light on Google's plan to take on iMessage

Apple's iMessage is the glue that keeps many users on iOS, and now it appears Google is readying a legitimate competitor.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC