The Android Messaging app has attracted great attention from US technology to Google. By the way, we just announced the implementation of RCS standards in your service. Now we have new filters, similar to Snapchat, on the way to this SMS application.
Is this the one who will start using this solution from the giant Mountain View?
In fact, this Google app will introduce little of what we already have in Instagram. In fact, something that was initially available only in Snapchat, and, as you will recall, the Facebook service area was imitating. Now the div search engine brings you the same filters.
From Snapchat to Instagram and now for Android Messaging
With its latest implementation, we have the option "Filters", but within the camera that is included in the Messages app. By the way, this same button will appear on your shoulder with the ability to take a picture or shoot a new video. Even so, the available effects are not very diverse.
Actually, we have fireworks, several balloons for videos, and some colorful papers. That is, for all purposes and purposes, the beginning of a new aspect of the service. This time, more aesthetic performance, while the previous ones were purely functional. For this purpose, see the example in the video:
Effects can become very complex with three-dimensional elements. For example, an example is the effect of angels, aircraft, and even balloons, quite realistic. All this will make Google app more social and, judging by the success of this same function in Instagram, can be a good bet.
Google is still testing this implementation
The feature was discovered by the XDA Developers portal team after trying out different filters on the video. It seems that all this content is already stable, and its functionality is obviously secured, so now we have to wait a bit for its general availability.
Google Testing New Instagram Effects in Messages https://t.co/YEfnYBueu5 pic.twitter.com/TRwuQDatin
- XDA developers (@ xdadevelopers) June 28, 2019
Currently, this feature is only available in the beta (beta) version of the app. However, we expect the audit period to be completed soon. From there you can start using new Snapchat-inspired filters, of course, based on the assumption that you will be interested in these effects and filters.
Finally, according to Twitter, the same filters come to the Google keyboard application, Gboard. By the way, its implementation is expected to be identical when it arrives in the Messaging application in a stable version.
Do you usually use this Google app in your daily work?