Google has renamed its Messenger app to Android Messages [updated]

February 24th, 2017   decode   news

Google’s Messenger app has received a new update. While in terms of functionality, there aren’t any major changes, what’s news-worthy is that the Mountain View, California-based company has changed the name of the app.

The app is now called Android Messages. “A new name! Messenger is now Android Messages, the messaging app built for Android,” the change-log for the update says.

Aside from name-change, the other changes included the update are bug fixes, stability improvements, and simpler sign-up for enhanced features on supported carriers. The updated app is now available for…

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