On your PC, go to the Android Messages site where you will need to scan a QR code using the Android Messages mobile app, creating a link between the two. Google recommends users connect to Wi-Fi while using the web client, but it should still work even when using mobile data. Tap the "More" options menu - the three vertically-stacked dots - and choose "Messages for Web". At launch, it will support Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. You can start playing a podcast on your phone, then pick up right where you left off on your Google Home, and vice versa.
The service is part of the tech giant's grand scheme of "Chat" a messaging client aiming to replace the default SMS messaging application on Android phones.
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Messages is gaining Google's AI-driven Smart Reply feature from the Allo app, which Google has "paused" work on as it focuses on the potential SMS replacement, Rich Communication Services (RCS), and filling out the Messages app with new features. You can also browse existing threads and resume a conversation from this side. Smart Reply is now available in English with support for more languages rolling out soon.
Starting this week, desktop support is rolling out for Android Messages.
Google is bringing Messages to the web so you can send and receive texts from your computer. Once the pairing is done the user will be able to send and view messages from the web UI.
Google is aiming to provide a chat like experience on Messages app. But it does sync your progress across devices, so you can do things like listen to an episode in the vehicle and then finish it using a Google Home smart speaker at home. I've read that there are Green and Blue bubbles, and that you can send messages from iPhone, iPad and even from Mac. You can also now copy one-time passwords used for authentication with a single tap.