Patcay.com – Google recently introduced a background or wallpaper feature for RCS chats in the Google Messages app. According to reports from 9To5Google, the addition of this wallpaper is aimed at helping users distinguish RCS chats in Google Messages from regular SMS or MMS messages.
The Google Messages wallpaper for RCS chats features a design with prominent overlapping circles, especially when the smartphone applies a lighter theme.
Currently, there is no option to change the wallpaper design or disable the feature. This is likely still in the testing phase, as there has been no official announcement from Google regarding the feature.
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Once the wallpaper feature is implemented more widely, Google plans to provide more customization options for users. This includes offering a selection of designs to choose from or the option to generate wallpapers dynamically.
It is anticipated that Google will also add the option to sync backgrounds with the recipient in a conversation, providing a greater level of personalization to the user experience.
Previously, it was reported that Google is developing a new feature that allows users to edit sent messages. Some indicators for this feature have already appeared in the latest beta version of the app, showing a new editing interface for sent messages and the ability to view the edit history of messages from the database.
As of now, the feature is still in development and is expected to be rolled out to Google Messages users widely in the coming months.