Android Messages gets a little closer to iMessage with desktop support

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I’ve been a happy Android user since my first smartphone and there’s only ever been one thing I’ve envied about iPhone users: iMessage. Being able to to easily respond to texts on your computer is wonderful. Now Google is trying to bring some of that convenience to Android. The company is rolling out an update to Android Messages that lets you reply to text messages via a web browser. Text images and stickers are currently supported, so it should cover most of your messaging needs. It works a lot like Whatsapp’s web interface, requiring you to scan a QR code…

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