Google Messages beta ushers in a new search box

Google Messages is one of the best apps you’ll find on the Play Store, but unlike most Google apps, Google Messages aren’t pre-installed on every Android smartphone. Because the former supports the RCS messaging feature, Google Messages can also compete with iMessage, and the company is also working to improve google Message’s RCS messaging feature.

In addition to the RCS messaging improvements, Google is making some visual changes to its messaging app. Recently, the company launched a new Gmail-like search bar on Google Messages, making it easier for users to search for images and videos they receive through messages.

The new search bar is currently available to Google News beta users, and since it’s available through server-side updates, you don’t have to go to the Play Store to update the app, as long as the beta version is installed, you can see the changes directly on the interface.

Google Messages beta ushers in a new search box

If you don’t have the Google Messages app installed on your Android smartphone and want to experience a new search bar, you can download and install the app from the link below and become a tester:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.messaging

Alternatively, you can search for the app by going to the Google Play Store.

Google Messages beta ushers in a new search box