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Starting out as Android Messages, Google Messages (which is officially now known as Messages, confusingly) has become the de facto app for texting on Android. Even Samsung — one of the biggest stalwarts when it comes to using proprietary apps for things — offers Messages as the default app on some of its phones. However, as all-encompassing as the app is, one thing that’s missing is a Google Messages Windows app.
“Now, hold on a dang minute,” I can hear you say. “I text from my Windows PC all the time using the web app at messages.google.com.” I’m sure you do, dear reader, but that is not a Windows app and is seriously anemic compared to what a true Windows app could be.
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