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Opinion post by
C. Scott Brown

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” 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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