Google will copy one of the best features of WhatsApp so that you use one of its applications more

Cross-platform support could come to Google Messages, following in the footsteps of other messaging apps such as WhatsApp or Telegram.

One of the great novelties of WhatsApp in Spain in recent years has been adding multi-device support to access the account from the tablet or computer, but also from other mobile phones. Is now Google which could integrate this possibility in your Messages app.

Right now, it is only capable of sending and receiving text messages from the mobile phone from which the SIM card is used. It is true that you can use the browser to use Messages on another mobile phone other than the one that has the SIM. However, it is a process that can be uncomfortable and less intuitive.

This limits the experience for people who use Google RCS Messages like a conventional messaging app, and Google wants to extend its use as much as possible. After all, the app is no longer just for sending SMS messages, but can be used as a chat platform.

Google wants to bring its messages account to as many users as possible, and that is why the company would be working on cross-platform support for the Messages app. You could access this from any Android device, even if it does not have a SIM card.

To log in, the company would use both the phone number and the associated Google account. Messages and contacts would be synced so that all devices with the same account would have access to exactly the same content.

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These new features have been discovered in the Google Messages code by AssembleDebug, as stated Android Authority, and they are expected to make their appearance in the stable version of the app soon. Of course, being able to install this on a tablet to answer important messages from there, It can give a new dimension to the Google messaging appwhich has been trying to be another competitor in the instant messaging market for some time.

The future of messaging applications could be very interesting. Thanks to the new Digital Markets Law of the European Union, thanks to which WhatsApp and Messenger will have to open their platform to be compatible with third-party apps.