In yet another concern for the Android product, Google might shortly shift its Messages web app. Reportedly, as per the forthcoming change to Chrome OS, the app is proposed to shift to Google.com from its current position, Android.com. Android Messages web app, which allows the user to handle MMS/SMS messages on their phone from another device, has long been hosted at the uncomplicated URL of “messages.android.com.” However, as per the recently noticed change, Google has been trying to avoid the word “Android.”
Thanks to the recent code change found in Chromium’s Gerrit source code management, now, it is open that Google is in the process to entirely shift the service to “messages.google.com” shortly. The code change itself is clearly a method for Google to distantly inform Chromebooks everywhere to stop using Messages’ Android.com URL when employing the “Better Together” features, and toggle to Google.com.
On a similar note, Google recently came into the news as it revealed the revamped version of its app Google My Business. This app is intended to assist small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and manage their profile on-the-go. It also helps to improve their customer engagement. Google stated that the latest Google My Business app is a simple tool open for SMBs to start their digital journey via listings on Google. This app keeps their business existence up-to-date on Google Maps and Google Search as well.
Google My Business app allows updating business profiles. It presents a facility for businesses to commune with their customers. It is now open for use for Android and iOS users. Additional features such as a customer tab, the new post button, and the bottom navigation bar let businesses to follow and communicate with its customers straight from the app. It increases customer engagement.