Android Users Can Now Send Text Messages From Computer Browsers





Android Message app is getting its own browser-based web service just as it is on Whatsapp and Telegram web.

 The Google app will let users to read and send messages directly from their web browser over the Internet on their PC. This is made possible when the user connect their smartphone to a web browser on a computer.

How To Use Android Message on PC/ Desktop
  •  Visit https://messages.android.com
  •  A QR code will appear on the web page which you are to scan to activate the service on your browser
  • When you are done with the QR code scanning, your Android mobile Message app will have already paired with the web client. 

You can now enjoy the comfort of a large keyboard and a big screen to reply your messages. Before pairing your PC and your mobile device, it is advisable to be on an unlimited Internet plan or be connected using a WiFi network so as to save cost.

In addition to the regular texts, Android Messages also supports RCS messaging. Google added this feature to let Android users send and receive message containing pictures, videos and other multimedia contents. Though, some mobile operators around the world are yet to support the feature.

Android users can get the Android Messages app from the PlayStore for free. Click here to download Android Messages.

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