Google Messages

Google Messages now allow users to search for content from each contact in their messaging history by tapping the search button.

The menu also displays links to a specific group and one-on-one conversations, and any media or links shared within past conversations.

Google confirmed that these improvements to the search function would begin rolling out to Android users this week.

Following this update, Google posted in its blog that it would begin rolling out a new search feature for the SMS client.

We share a lot of information in our messages, but it’s not always easy to look back and find that photo your mom sent a month ago or the address of the coffee shop your friend recommended.”

The update will let you sift through all your SMS messages for a specific type of content. When you begin typing a search query, you’ll be shown categories to sift through like images, videos, or places. These are the kinds of media that appear in the GIF below but we’d imagine there might be more categories to search through.

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The company has been working to overhaul its default messaging experience of late, recently rolling out a web-based version of the Messages platform.

This allows users with the Google Messages app to send or receive texts from their PC, verifying the identity of the user via one-time passwords received in the mobile app.

Google will begin rolling out these improvements later this week. We’re really glad to see that Google decided to shift its focus from Allo to Android Messages, which has far many more users than Allo.

The App has a really very cool and smooth UI for easy use. The app was launched with the focus to compete with Apple but still struggling to reach that mark. Continuous efforts from Google will help achieve what App deserve to get.

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