Earlier this week, Google launched a public Beta for their Messages App. An error prevented, however, is that the App is on most of the devices in the first place to start.
With Messages Google itself would like to take the RCS Standard, in the Hand, was intended as a replacement for SMS. This would actually be the task of the network operator, the work went ahead but hauling that Google itself wants to use the technology on a nationwide basis. The Messages will be revised in-App and is now in the Beta.
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In the Google Playstore Google you can sign up for the Beta of the Messages App.
The App replaces the default SMS App on your device and has a similar range of functions. Who wants to take a look in the future development, you can register directly on the Google Play Store for open Beta. Scroll down on the product page down to the section: “beta program”. However, you need to start according to the current state with an unstable App the – be now in doubt at all. This is a Problem many users of the latest 4.7 beta version to see, in fact, confronted. The only way to use the App as normal to: an older Version as an APK to download and install. Therefore, our current advice for those interested it should be quite comprehensible: do not Install this Beta (yet), but keep the things in mind and try it out better later, if the current problems are fixed.