Google Soon to Allow its Users to Enjoy Android Text Messages in Desktops!
Good news for all the tech-savvy people! Google has been secretly rolling out a feature where users can access android text messages in desktops. To give a tight competition to its rival, Apple’s iMessage, the search engine giant is on a mission to revolutionise the texting platforms.
A few months back, on Chrome OS, a feature named ‘SMS Connect’ came into limelight, giving users a major hint for its upcoming attribute. However, recently, XDA Developers cracked down the codes for this feature with minute monitoring.
They have also successfully acquired few screen-grabs of the entire set-up which are point-blank evidence of Google’s latest newbie. Though the entire process of this feature is not known, developers are suspecting that an android phone needs to be paired with user’s desktop first along with a QR code.
However, the tech giant has not yet made it official. But according to the sources, by end of the year, this robust feature will go live in Chrome OS, allowing people to have a seamless experience with electronic texts while switching devices.
People always requested to introduce android text messages in desktops. So, finally, when Google has started to invest in it, customers have shown their eagerness for the same. For the time being, let’s keep the buzz aside and let time decide how fruitful this novel feature will prove to be.