22nd June 2021, Kathmandu
Google is an American multinational company that specializes in Internet-related services and products.
It focuses on online advertising technologies, search engines, cloud computing, software, and hardware. Google offers services designed for work and productivity.
Google.com is the most visited and most popular website worldwide, and we can enjoy various development and new features each passing day in the Google app.
Google has introduced interesting features in its services over many years.
The message is an SMS, RCS, and instant messaging application developed by Google for its Android mobile operating system. A web interface is also available. It was launched in 2014.
It has supported RCS messaging since 2018, marketed as “chat features.”
It also features integration with Google’s video calling app Duo
Recently, the tech giant rolled out end-to-end encryption in its default messaging app.
It is the default SMS service on many Android phones.
Now, you will be able to change the font size in a conversation thread.
The company is now introducing a pinch-to-zoom feature. It helps to change the font size in Google Messages for Android.
The feature is quite easy to use, and you can start by opening any thread on the app.
Users can pinch out using two fingers which will increase the text present in the current window.
All the timestamps and the message bubbles will adjust accordingly. If you want to return to the default size, then you have to pinch in to return.
Users cannot adjust the size of the text while the keyboard is open. Also, the current font size applies to all the conversation threads, but the main list view is unchanged.
The ability to change the font size was reported. But all the android users will have to wait for some time as it is not clear when the feature will be available.
Google is all set to roll out the ability to star and pin messages in the Google Messages app.
Google is also working on the ability which will enable users to pin chats to the top of the app.
XDA Developers found the code in the recent teardown of version 8.1.050 of the Google Messages APK.
This is the stable version of the app, which is presently running on the updated Android devices.