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Samsung’s switch to Google Messages finally gives me hope for RCS

17/02/2022

Google’s effort to get everyone behind RCS — or Rich Communication Services, the standard attempting to replace SMS and MMS — is admirable. Sure, RCS isn’t really better than the myriad messaging apps people already use, but it’s a dramatic improvement over plain-old text messaging, adding features we’ve...
Google’s effort to get everyone behind RCS — or Rich Communication Services, the standard attempting to replace SMS and MMS — is admirable. Sure, RCS isn’t really better than the myriad apps people already use, but it’s a dramatic improvement over plain-old text messaging, adding features we’ve come to expect from modern communication services, including encryption, read receipts, reactions, and high-quality images. The problem is: not every phone actually supports RCS out of the box — at least not properly. Apple has been a longtime holdout, sticking to iMessage in order to keep consumers in its walled garden. But…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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