Google Messages is the full emoji’s voice texts and reactions

The upcoming features of Google Messages will allow you to read voice memos texts, reply to messages with any emoji you want, and more.

About APK Insight: In this “APK Insight” post, we have unpacked the latest version of an app that Google has uploaded to the Play Store. When we decompile these files (called APK files, in the case of Android apps), we can see different lines of code within this hint in possible future features. Keep in mind that Google may or may not ship these features at all, and our interpretation of what they are may be incomplete. We’ll try to enable those who are about to finish, however, to make it clear how they’ll look if they charge. With that in mind, keep reading.


Voice message texts

In Google Messages today, regardless of whether you’re chatting via RCS or SMS/MMS, you can record a voice memo to send to the other person, thanks to the attached microphone button.

However, there may be times when a recording like this isn’t a great way to get your message across. For example, the audio is often compressed, sometimes making your words more difficult to hear, or the recipient may simply not be in a place where they can hear the message.

To be more useful in these situations, Google Messages is the option to transcribe incoming voice memos. In one iteration of the feature, new messages are copied automatically when they are received, while the other pattern we’ve seen involves manually clicking the Copy button. At the moment, the feature does not appear to be turned on, but our team was able to enable it manually.

In our limited testing, Google Messages seems to get texts mostly correct, even auto-punctuation, and seems to be based on speaker pauses and tone of voice. However, transcribing isn’t nearly as fast as the Google Assistant’s voice typing on the Pixel 6, with a noticeable delay when pressing “Transcribe” in a 13-second recording.

Texts can help when an audio message isn’t clear or when listening isn’t an option. Only the voice messages are transcribed on your device and the text contents are not sent to Google. Manage at any time in the settings.

full emoji reactions

Back in 2020, Google Messages rolled The ability to reply to messages, starting with a set of seven reaction emojis that matches what Apple offers in iMessage. Since then, the feedback in Google Message has remained relatively unchanged, and the biggest plus has been the app’s ability to “Translate” iMessage reactions To make texting your iPhone friends less annoying.

Google is now looking to make feedback more dynamic for those chatting via RCS. With the latest beta version of Google Messages, we’ve found a feature in the works that allows you to interact with it Which emojis. In the new design, the thumb-down icon has been replaced by an “add emoji” navigation icon.

Clicking this button pulls up the full list of emojis available on your Android phone, any of which can be used as a response to a message. Even better, these custom emoji reactions actually work on the receiving end without the feature enabled, as our team was able to send different emoji reactions to each other.

Finally, Google Messages may also get a redesign of its gallery display. Currently, the app offers you a horizontally scrolling grid of recent photos and screenshots to attach to your message, along with the option to take a picture on the go.

In the new design enabled by our team, you can now scroll vertically through your photos, even using a larger portion of the screen as you scroll, for a less cramped experience. The old ‘Gallery’ button has been replaced with a ‘Folders’ option which basically offers the same experience. Overall, the redesign of the Google Messages photo gallery – particularly the floating action buttons in the corner – fit right in with Material You.

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