Android Web Messaging

Android Messages via Web

Android Web Messaging  the QR Code

Android Web Messaging

Good news for all Android users using the official messaging app for texting (SMS, MMS) and char (RCS).  Android Messages now offers text services via browser like the one being offered by popular cloud-based messaging apps.



Android Web Messaging Phone Connection

Android Web Messaging Phone Connection

Enable Android Web Messaging

To enable the feature, you need to do the following:

  • Update your messaging app to the recent version. This feature is available since the June 2018 messaging app version.
  • Allow the messaging app on the added permission that it needs. There should be 2 extra permission that needs to be granted.
  • Open android’s messaging app and click the 3 bars at the top right of the phone and click “Messages for web”.
  • Visit to bring up the web interface which also has a QR code.
  • On your phone, click “Scan QR code” and scan the QR code on
  • Keep your phone online and on the same Wifi network with your PC


Android Messaging in Action

Android Web Messaging

Android Web Messaging


The web messaging app comes with its own set of Emojis and stickers unique to Android’s messaging app. It also features a dark and light theme. It also features a drag and drop interface for sending photos.


Over the weeks, there are more enhancements that are applied to Google’s Android Messaging app. Some of the enhancements include the removal of the same network restriction which requires your phone and your browser to exist on the same local area network.

I am using my phone on a mobile connection while my laptop is left connected to the local wifi network. This enables my family members to send a message to me using the same sim card to send a text message to me.

Synchronization between phone and desktop was also greatly improved. I am still exploring the constant updates to this app by Google team. I, in fact, remove all third-party messaging system on my phone and got stuck with this one.


The TechnoJunkie of the group who studied engineering but got stuck with software development. Remember kids, 90% of your problems can be solved by marketing. Solving the other 10% just requires good procrastination skills.

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