Google’s official application for handling SMS, MMS and RCS, Google Messages is gradually receiving several updates that make it increasingly consistent to use in order to compete with proprietary alternatives from partner manufacturers and also with applications focused on online conversations such as Telegram and WhatsApp. .
In the latest app-related news, we have the look of prints based on the latest apk “teardown” done by the folks at 9to5Google, indicating that the search giant intends to make multi-device communication more practical and efficient.
According to the findings of the team responsible for mining the apk, we have the ability to abandon the use of QR code to log in to other devices, and start offering direct access via Google account as the main mode and access by reading a code, as an alternative.
In addition to the discovery made by 9to5Google, the user AssembleDebug responsible for the “GApps Flags & Leaks” channel on Telegram brought some screenshots of what the login screen will look like, and also listed the devices connected to the account for management and control.
Another aspect that catches the eye in the screenshots above is the availability of a slightly more relaxed two-step verification process, with access confirmed not by displaying an alphanumeric code but by selecting the emoji displayed on the device.
At the moment, there is no information regarding the availability of the new feature for users, but it is very likely that we will see more about it soon.
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