Messages, also popularly known as Android Messages, is Google’s official app for texting via SMS and MMS and chatting via RCS. Now, the new Google Messages 4.0.053 version launched with new changes and improvements.
Google’s Messages app is already used as the default application for SMS and MMS by many manufacturers. It is a reliable application, with dozens of features and functions that would make texting and chatting fun. It packs a clean, user-friendly interface, instant notifications, quick replies, and many more. Also, it comes with a dark mode so that you can use it in low-light conditions without tiring your eyes.
Nonetheless, the Google Messages app is more than a simple texting application. It also permits users to share images, GIFs, videos and audio messages, vids, documents, stickers, and so on. Also, Messages comes with built-in chatting features via RCS. Users of the app on supported carriers can use their WiFi or mobile data connection to send messages, see when contacts read their texts or when they’re typing, pretty much similar to WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger.
Google Messages 4.0.053 Rolled Out With New Changes
Google Messages (aka Android Messages) is an excellent application for sending and receiving SMS, MMS, video and audio messages, files, and more. However, the tech giant is frequently updating this app with new features. In the latest version, Google Messages 4.0.053, Google made it possible for users to share Calendar app file formats.
Plus, the new Google Messages 4.0.053 comes with bug fixes and some under the hood improvements for stability and performance, as always.
So, in case your device comes with its manufacturer’s own app for SMS and MMS, it would be a better option to move to Messages since it comes with so many handy features that would make texting much faster and fun for you. The latest Messages 4.0.053 version is already available on the Google Play Store.
Jackson Bey was born and raised in Lethbridge Alberta but moved east when he was 22. Apart from running his own consulting firm. Jackson spends his time canoeing the many lakes of Ontario. As a financial journalist Jackson has published stories for CBC Business Online, as well as Buzz Feed and Motherboard. As a contributor to Billionaire 365, Jackson mostly covers markets and trade.