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New Google Chat – A version of iMessage for Android

New Google Chat – A version of iMessage for Android. Google is continuing to introduce fresh characteristics to engage its customers. Recently, we’ve learned that Google is preparing to introduce its own iMessage version of Android called Chat. Google Chat is an iMessage-like text service that will make texting on Android simple.

Google Chat is going to be exactly the same as the iMessage

New Google Chat - A version of iMessage for Android

Google’s all-new chats will be the same as iMessage’s. That’s why it’s said to be iMessage’s Android version. It will read receipts and symbols of ellipsis that pop up inside the chat indicating that a message has been typed by the specific individual. It’ll make things simpler to manage in this manner. In addition, the Google Chat service will also enable customers to send Wi-Fi emails. It will allow you to readily save cellular information, making it a feature.

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In addition, with this Android version of the texting service, all customers will be able to submit high-resolution images and videos. It seems pretty good to me as it will not affect the quality of the images or video. In addition, users can activate or deactivate the text service whenever they wish.

Sanaz Ahari, Google’s brand management director, said:

“While we are happy with this development, our objective is to provide every Android user around the globe with a contemporary messaging experience seamlessly, regardless of their device or carrier.”

The service will find its way later this month in the UK and France. All Android users around the world are anticipated to roll out quickly, though.

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