If you are one of those who uses the Android Messages application (also known as Google Messages) on your smartphone, you will have something new that you will certainly like.
The application has evolved in recent times and is increasingly a valid option for many users who want a more intelligent and capable message box.
Android messaging will categorize messages as Gmail
In a simple way, the Android Messaging application will start categorizing incoming messages. Something identical to what we see in Google’s Gmail.
That is, the message box will be divided between relevant messages and those that are pure advertising. You will also have categories of transactions (of purchases that you have made) and a category of OTP codes (those that you receive to authenticate to a bank App for example).
That way the message box will not be full of information and messages you don’t want to know. In fact, it was said that Google would start to automatically delete OTP messages in order not to fill an important message box.
When will the news arrive in the Google Messaging app
There is still no concrete information on when the news will reach all users. We only know that some users have already received the news.
That is, it is entirely plausible to imagine that the update will reach everyone soon. It looks like it’s a server update. That is, you do not need to do anything to receive the update.
In short, it is good to see Google evolving its application considerably. There are many messaging apps, however, the Google Messaging App remains at the forefront.
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