When people begin using Chat, they’ll get many features that are standard in any other texting app, including read receipts, typing indicators, full-resolution images and video, and group texts.But remember, Chat is a service, not a Google service.
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Nobody outside of Apple knows when (or if) the i Phone will support Chat.
Instead of continuing to push Allo — or creating yet another new chat app — Google is instead going to introduce new features into the default Android Messages app, like GIF search and Google Assistant.
He led the team that created the Google Photos apps, which are perhaps the most successful Google apps of the past few years.
They’re also a great example of how Google salvaged ideas originally built into Google and turned them into a great set of cross-platform apps.
It’s going to be called “Chat,” and it’s based on a standard called the “Universal Profile for Rich Communication Services.” SMS is the default that everybody has to fall back to, and so Google’s goal is to make that default texting experience on an Android phone as good as other modern messaging apps.
As part of that effort, Google says it’s “pausing” work on its most recent entry into the messaging space, Allo.
And he needs to do it without alienating any of the hundreds of powerful companies that have a stake in the smartphone market.
“I’m coming into this as a consumer product person,” Sabharwal says.
It will have a stellar screen, top-flight camera, gobs of storage, and an absolutely atrocious texting experience. While i Phone users have had the simplicity of i Message built in, Android users have been left to fend for themselves. Instead of bringing a better app to the table, it’s trying to change the rules of the texting game, on a global scale.