RCS also allows the user to type up to 8,000 characters instead of only 160. It allows for the use of read receipts, the sharing of larger video files, end-to-end encryption on one-to-one messages, and more. No more blue bubble jealousy for Android users who have blue bubbles of their own when engaged in RCS-to-RCS messaging. As noted by 9to5Google, the Google Messages app is getting a redesign of the attachments menu that shows you everything you can send on a message besides text. When viewing a conversation, tap on the “+” button to open a grid that expands when you scroll up. The grid shows circular buttons (in color!) that deliver GIFs, Stickers, Files, Location, Contacts, Schedule Send, Weather, Restaurants, and Movies.
Users of Google Messages may send SMS messages to iOS users and those who use a non-RCS Android-flavored messaging software. When you use it to communicate with other Android phones that are running Google Messages, you are using Rich Communication Services (RCS). RCS operates using data rather than cellular connections, allowing it to be utilised via Wi-Fi.
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The Google Messages attachment redesign has been spotted only on devices running the Android 12 beta. With Android 12 expected to drop sometime this month, it won’t be long until those using Google Messages get to experience the new UI.
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