Android is currently in one of its best moments. The operating system that took its first steps in the world of telephony with a design that left much to be desired has matured in recent years, reaching a truly enviable aesthetic. However, Android could not be the ecosystem that it is today without Google applications.
One of the last apps to be remodeled is Android Messaging. In order not to leave any applications abandoned and keep them all updated, Google has decided to give a twist to this app that perhaps we no longer use as much as before, thanks in part to the existence of others such as WhatsApp or Telegram.
The main incentive of the new version of Android Messaging would be the implementation of RCS messaging. Perhaps with the intention that communications through SMS are not forgotten, Google has improved this application to include the protocol Rich Communication Services, also known as RCS.
Through Google’s official blog, the American giant reports its intention to provide new and more powerful improvements to the standard application that comes standard on a large number of Android phones. Apparently, Google itself has spent some time working side by side with manufacturers and telemarketers to make all this possible.
Some of the major companies with which Google has already signed agreements to have the messaging application come from the factory with its terminals are LG, Motorola, Sony, HTC, ZTE, Micromax, HMD Global which is the current manufacturer of Nokia phones.
Google’s main goal with the Android Messaging app seems to be to bring features that we can’t find in other messaging applications like “read” check or the ability to share high-resolution messages and videos with ease.