Google Message now displays the reactions sent from iPhone

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Android users can now see the reaction sent by iPhone users on the Google Message app. Through the recent update, the messaging app gets several new improvements and changes.

The changes include; the ability to send high-quality photos to the iPhone via Google photo links. Added an automatic message sorting feature; Google will now segregate messages into Business and Personal tabs. Google Message nudges you to reply to messages you have missed or notifies the dear ones to wish them a happy birthday. The app will now show that the reaction has been translated from the iPhone when an iPhone user sends a reaction to an Android user

Google has begun rolling out the update for Android users who have set the device’s language to English. While the other language devices will get the update at a later date.

Additionally, Google is allowing users to share high-quality photos and videos via the Google Photos link so that iPhone users get the photos in high quality.

The reason for introducing the shareable Google Photos link to Google Message is that the Google Messages app utilizes the Rich Communication Services (RCS), whereas Apple’s messaging app doesn’t use the RCS protocol

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Google Messages to allow sharing Google Photo links | Image Source: Google

As we said before, the Google Message app will softly notify you to reply to messages that you might have missed. Also, the messaging app will give reminders for the birthdays of people whose birthdate is listed in the contacts.

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Google Messages Softly reminds you to reply to messages you might have missed | Image Source: Google

In another news from Google, Gboard is bringing a new grammar correction feature that will identify any grammatical mistakes and offer suggestions to rectify them.

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