July 23, 2024
Google Messages Will Quickly Let You React with a Double Faucet
Google Messages Will Quickly Let You React with a Double Faucet

Over the previous few years, Google has been focusing its efforts on making its RCS-powered Messages app the go-to for Android customers, pushing Apple to undertake RCS in iMessage. Not solely is the corporate providing frequent updates but additionally constantly working to roll out new options to supply a cultured messaging expertise. Now, Google Messages is planning to carry a easy but helpful function from its competing messaging apps.

The most recent in these function additions is the power to react by double-tapping on the message. As reported by 9to5Google, the most recent Google Messages beta model 20240208_00_RC00 provides a code string that mentions a double faucet to react function. It can enable customers to react to messages with both a coronary heart or a like response.

As of now, reactions in Google Messages are solely accessible in RCS chats. It’s important to faucet and maintain on a message to convey up an array of emoji reactions to select from. Or, you possibly can decide the just lately added Photomoji function launched again in December final yr.

The function may work equally to how one can double-tap to react to messages on Instagram and Telegram. We speculate that its implementation may work in the identical method. However you may nonetheless need to lengthy press on the textual content to decide on another emoji reactions.

Moreover the string code, no different proof or proof of the function being accessible exists. The function shouldn’t be even accessible in beta so it will likely be some time earlier than we get to see this feature within the steady model of the app.

It can add to the general expertise of constructing Google Messages really feel that rather more full as a messaging service. I’m excited to check out this function, how about you? What different options do you want to see in Google Messages? Tell us within the feedback beneath.