A few months ago, Google announced that its mobile operating system, Android, would soon receive a massive overhaul that will bring new features to its mobile apps.
The big news: Google is adding support for native messaging apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, and Snapchat.
This means that a number of popular messaging apps, including WhatsApp, Instagram, and Viber, will get a new built-in messaging feature called SMS.
This is a huge win for all those messaging apps that are already popular, and it’s a big win for Android users as well.
If you have a lot of apps that rely on SMS, it can be very difficult to keep them updated to the latest version.
With SMS, Google will allow apps to automatically update their app’s interface so that you can keep up with the latest messaging updates.
For those of you who are new to Android, you can get started with the Android messaging interface by following the instructions below.
You’ll be able to switch between messaging apps with a single tap of the home button.
To switch between apps, simply tap the phone icon in the top right of the notification bar.
This will bring up the menu.
Tap the Settings icon to bring up your messaging options, and then tap the Messages tab.
If your apps aren’t on the list, you’ll need to click on the Show All Apps button to see them all.
If you’re already a regular Google user, you should know that the update is available for Android devices that are running the latest software.
But if you’re still in the market for a new smartphone, the update isn’t as big of a deal as you may think.
The new features aren’t huge, but the apps that get them will get some big updates.
Google is rolling out the new SMS feature to the Android platform in phases, and you can expect these updates to roll out over the next few months.
The biggest update to date is coming in March, when Google is rolling it out to the Pixel, Pixel XL, and Pixel 2.
Android’s most popular phones will get the update later this month, and phones with Android Wear support will get it in November.
Google will also be rolling out an update to Android’s app developer dashboard.
This update will roll out to Android devices in October and the Pixel line will get this update sometime later this year.
Google says that the updates will bring improvements to app developer tools, including better performance, better search, and better integration with Google Play.
The update is also rolling out to other Google Play services, including Google Maps, Google Photos, Google+, Google Music, and YouTube.
The SMS feature is just the latest update to Google’s Android mobile platform.
Google has been working on Android in a number in the past few years, including the introduction of Android Pay in 2015, the Android Auto platform in 2017, and Android Pay 2.0 in 2018.
Google also recently launched Android TV, an effort to bring Android TV to TV devices, as well as Android Auto and Android Auto 2.x, among other features.