AT&T Tweets That It Will Set Google Messages As Default SMS App On All Android Phones It Sells



In a Tweet posted by @Android today, Google and AT&T have agreed to make Google Messages the default messaging app for all Android phones sold by the carrier. While most Android devices already come pre-installed with Google Messages, Samsung phones continued arriving with Samsung’s built-in messaging app that did support RCS, but does not support Google’s recently enabled end-to-end encryption for one-on-one chats.

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