One of the wants many Android users have for messaging is an iMessage like integration across devices. While it has been possible with Samsung for a while, you had to use their apps and frankly… Samsung messages is pretty ugly. But there is potentially some great news for Google Messages users if the APK insight by 9to5google is anything to go by.
In their analysis of the latest Messages APK, the 9to5 team found a couple of code segments that captured their interest. This was, it seems, based on some well-educated guesses of the cmc reference being connected Samsung’s “call and message continuity”.
<string name=”cmc_consent_settings_title”>Text on Galaxy devices</string>
On the surface, this is only a small step forward from the Samsung version of the feature. Looking at the bigger picture, it could lead to better call and message handling across various devices and brands. Who knows, we may well be able to make and take calls from laptops or PC’s and transfer them on the go in the future.
As Messages develops it’s becoming more and more compelling, what feature addition would make it indispensable for you?