Through a new collaboration with Google, Verizon has announced that it will expand advanced messaging services to Android users in the US beginning next year using the Messages by Google app. Messages by Google is based on the Rich Communications Service ( RCS ) standard which provides a more interactive and modern messaging experience for users with Android smartphones . As a result of Verizon and Google’s collaboration, Messages will work with the US telecom’s network and RCS messaging service. However, the two companies will also work together to provide a robust business-to-consumer messaging ecosystem using RCS. We’ve built a list of the best Android phones available These are the best encrypted messaging apps for Android Also check out our round up of the best business SIM deals EVP and CEO of the Verizon Consumer Group, Ronan Dunne provided further insight in a press release on why the company decided to work with Google to bring RCS to its users, saying: "Our customers depend on us to provide a reliable, advanced and simple messaging platform to stay in touch with the people that matter the most in their lives. By working with Google, Verizon will offer our Android users a… Read full this story
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