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When people begin using Chat, they’ll get many features that are standard in any other texting app, including read receipts, typing indicators, full-resolution images and video, and group texts.
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CHAT to take on Android’s messaging mess

CHAT to take on Android’s messaging mess

Can a stellar screen, top-flight camera, gobs of storage, and an absolutely atrocious texting experience be a problem in an Android phone? Yes, it can, according to The Verge’s article. As it reads, Google has spent nearly a decade trying — and failing — to fix it with an ever-rotating cast of poorly supported apps. While iPhone users have had the simplicity of iMessage built in, Android users have been left to fend for themselves. “Chat” seems to be the answer Google has been introducing quietly. Instead of introducing a better app, it has been corralling every major cellphone carrier into adopting technology to replace SMS. “Chat” is the consumer-friendly name for Rich Communication Services (RCS), the new standard that’s meant to supplant SMS, and it will automatically be turned on inside Android Messages, the OS’s default app for texting. via The Verge

 

 

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