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Google Messages will receive a big new feature. Have you seen?



Google Messages has been receiving new features lately, making it more competitive with other famous messaging apps. The latest update includes photomoji, screen effects, noise cancellation for audio messages and animated stickers. These features are currently available to beta users and will likely reach everyone soon. So let’s look at the big news coming to Google Messages.

Google Messages will receive a big new feature. Have you seen?

However, even more exciting is the evidence found, courtesy of the site’s AssembleDebug TheSpAndroid. Thus it was discovered that Google is working on a message editing function. This feature has been highly requested by users. That being said, it would be very useful for correcting typos or simply making changes to messages after they have been sent.

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The evidence found that Google is working on adding a message editing feature is the existence of new flags in the beta version of the Google Messages application. They were added in the beta versions released in the last week of November.

Additionally, by investigating the Google Messages APK code, they found evidence that Google is creating a new table in the messaging database. This is to store the details of edited messages. This table contains columns for the message ID, the most recent message ID, the original RCS message ID, and the timestamps when the message was edited or arrived.

Currently, message editing is not part of the RCS standard.

However, Google has previously added features to RCS that were not part of the standard. An example of this is end-to-end encryption. So it is possible that Google will work to add message editing to the RCS standard in the future.

Apple’s recent decision to add RCS support to its iMessage app next year could pave the way for more features to arrive, such as message editing. This would be very convenient and a big win for users who have been waiting for these features for a long time. Currently, Apple does not plan to support Google’s RCS messaging type, but rather the GSMA’s universal profile, which does not include encryption.

Unfortunately, there is no official indication that message editing will reach the public, but given that there are already hidden flags in the beta version of the application, this could very well happen soon.

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