Google Podcasts synchronizes listening across multiple devices, allowing users to start a show on their phone on the go, and then finish it on their Google smart speaker at home. As per Google's blog post, text, images, and stickers are all supported on the new Web version.
The push towards messages on web platform is to compete with Whatsapp Web, Facebook Messenger, and Apple's iMessage. Google says that it's going to add several AI-powered features to its dedicated podcasts app in the coming months. Bingo, you can now text! To get started, users must open "Messages for web" in Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, or Microsoft Edge (not available on Internet Explorer) and, using their smartphone, scan the QR code. It should not come as a surprise as the tech giant has already given enough hints that it will be favoring the RCS based Android Messages.
As of writing, only the Android Messages website is live with the QR code scanner on mobile devices to follow soon.
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Google has introduce a new podcast app for Android on Tuesday, June 19.
The option to scan a barcode and connect your phone to a desktop is now not available for many users, but I am sure it won't be long before you can do that.
Google announced previous year it is working with the mobile industry to bring SMS into the modern day, through a universal standard called RCS (Rich Communications Services). I've read that there are Green and Blue bubbles, and that you can send messages from iPhone, iPad and even from Mac. You can also download episodes. 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.
Two more features in the new Messages app are previews of links sent from friends, and the ability to copy one-time security codes from the app with a tap.