Support for iMessage reactions, powerful photo editing tools that will allow users to blur pictures within the chat, a grammar correction tool, live transcription, and other features have been added to Google Messages.
Google Messages has a slew of features, some of which will make iPhone users green with envy. Support for iMessage reactions, powerful photo editing tools that will allow users to blur pictures within the chat, a grammar correction tool, live transcription, and other features have been added to Google Messages. Aside from that, Google Messages has a feature that deletes one-time passwords after 24 hours.
Here are some of the features available to Google Message users.
Reactions on iMessage
Google Messages will now display iPhone users’ reactions. When you message someone using an Android device from an iPhone, the iMessage reactions to the messages are displayed on their phones. Beginning with English-only devices, additional languages will be added in the future.
Business and personal chats have their own tabs.
Google Messages is introducing a new method for decluttering your chatbox. You can now have separate tabs for personal and business messages. Users can also set one-time password messages to be automatically deleted after 24 hours to help reduce clutter even further. This was first introduced in India and is now making its way to the United States.
Transcribe in real-time
Gallaudet University, the nation’s leading university for the deaf and hard-of-hearing, collaborated on the Live transcription feature. Users can use the live transcribe feature to convert speech to text in real-time. The live transcription feature is pre-installed on Pixel and Samsung devices and is free to download for other Android devices.