Android Messages for Web has been one of the most requested features over the last few years for Android users. Thankfully, Google has now finally rolled out the “Messages for web” feature to its Android Messages app with version no. 3.3.043. Now with the new feature you can send and receive texts messages from your computer. But how would you do that? Well, the process is pretty simple.
How to Use Android “Messages for web” Feature to Send and Receive Messages
- To get started, first you will need to download or update to the latest (version 3.3.044 or higher) of the Android Messages App on your smartphone from the Play Store.
- Open Android Messages app on your phone
- Tap the settings menu (3 vertical dots at the top right) and select “Messages for web”
- Go to your computer, open browser and go to the https://messages.android.com, allow the permission to show notification of messages on your PC.
- Now tap on “Scan QR Code” button in the Messages for Web window.
- Scan the QR code with your phone. When it’s ready, your phone will vibrate.
Additionally, you can also enable the ”Remember this computer” option to easily access the Messages for Web on your PC.
Moreover, the new features of the Android Messages App not only let you send or receive texts on your PC, it also includes some other features which have been integrated with the latest update, such as the Smart Reply, Ability to Send GIF Image, Ability to Automatically Preview Links within the Message.
And the last one which I found really helpful is the ability to copy one-time password or code from a secure site directly from the message with a tap. That means now you no longer need to open full message to copy the OTP.
Did you try the new Android “Messages for web” Feature on your PC? Let me know in the comments section down below.