Google launches standalone podcast app on Android

Google launches standalone podcast app on Android

Google launches standalone podcast app on Android

Google has confirmed that it will be rolling out Messages for web, allowing users to send and receive text as well as RCS (Rich Communication Services) messages from their computers. This means Messages, like the Gmail app, will recommend responses for you to send in your conversations. You also need a computer, either a PC or a Mac, and it must have one of the following web browsers: Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge. The app, which is detailed below, will sync between Google Home devices and phones using Google Assistant. It recommends that you prompt the company to index new podcasts as soon as possible, generate direct links, use Google Podcasts brand assets on your website, and track analytics that come from the new app. All you have to do is click on the machine generated reply, and the app will automatically send it as your reply.

It's an app that's very similar to the functionality you'll find when searching for podcasts on the mobile web right now. In addition to sending text, users can send stickers, emoji, and attach images on Messages for the web.

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As part of its work on RCS, Google announced earlier this year that dozens of carriers and devices makers are including the Android Messages app as the default messaging app. Further, select Messages for Web. Though Google says in their announcement post that the service will be rolled out from "Today and over the next week". The menu will be available by clicking on the hamburger icon in the messages app. Google has added a way to search for the ideal gif to convey your feelings by tapping the "+" button on the left side of the compose bar. While Chat is not a standalone app, it is a new set of tools within the Android Messages app already installed on handsets. To check the version, Android users can check this link.

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