A New Feature May Be Soon Offered By Google

A New Feature May Be Soon Offered By Google


This feature may be soon offered by google

New Delhi : Google will soon let its Android users a way to text their friends and family members right from the desktop. The first evidence of this feature was spotted last year as ‘SMS Connect’ on the Chrome OS. Now again, there have been hints pointing towards the development of this new feature. The code was found in Chromium Gerrit repository and is spotted by XDA Developers website.

The code explicitly mentions ‘CrOS Android Messages integration’, meaning that the SMS Connect feature will be available for ChromeOS  users and they can try it out. It can be turned on from the chrome://flags page.

It is not yet clear, how exactly this feature might work. But it would include some sort of pairing process with the phone. It might be similar to Pushbullet or Allo’s desktop client. It is not yet official that this feature would be a reality or not.

Google’s ChromeOS now has lot of Original Equipment Manufacturer(OEM)

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under its name. OEMs are manufacturers who resell another company's product under their own name and branding. In March this year, Acer launched its first ever ChromeOS-powered tablet aimed for students. The Acer Chromebook Tab 10 also comes with Wacom EMR stylus as well along with Google Expeditions AR.

On the specifications front, the tablet features a 9.7-inch QXGA (2048 x 1536 pixels) IPS touch display with 264 pixels per inch. There is a 2MP HD webcam at the front along with dual microphones. It also features a 5MP back camera. Acer claims the Chromebook Tab 10 delivers a battery life of up to nine hours.

Earlier this month Google rolled out ChromeOS 67 with material design 2.0, split screen support and some other features. The version also gets support for zipping files on Drive via the Files app, ability to install Progressive Web Apps as standalone apps and much more.


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