Access to Chat - Android Messages on Desktop Computer. Android Messages for Web. Send SMS, view contacts. RCS.
Receive and send SMS of your Smartphone in your computer! Just sync the QR-Code of Android Messages and it immediately start working. The QR-Code works just like WhatsApp Web.
Text with your friends just like you where in your smartphone 📱 Very Low CPU/RAM/Bandwidth consumption 📌
All Android Messages features available (Chats 💬, Friends, Notifications, Options).
★ Type much faster 🚴 on Android Messages.
★ Share photos and videos stored in your computer 💻
★ Notifications when a new message arrive 📣
★ Extra features: Incognito mode, screenshots, Emojis 👻📷😍
★ Window as Sidebar and toolbox on the Topbar 💊
✔ Small window well positioned 📰
✔ Auto-Start when Google Chrome™ starts.
✔ Configurations in a Options 🔧 section.
✔ See your friends news and edit your profile.
✔ HTTPS and over Android™ Messages platform for maximum security 🔑 No share of credentials to third party 🔓
💧 Theme - Skin Color
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Android™ Messages is a trademark of Google Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. This is an independent project developed by Oinkanstuff and has no relationship to Google or Google Inc.
We don’t store, access, transmit or share any sensitive or user private information.
"notifications" - Used to send desktop notification. For example when a new message arrive or App is updated.
"contextMenus" - Allow to add more settings when right click in the App icon in the browser toolbar and browser context menu.
"storage" - Used to save settings on your local computer.
"unlimitedStorage" - Storage is limited to 5MB of data that may not be enough to store all configs.
"webRequest" & "webRequestBlocking" - Used to intercept some requests and modify x-frame-options or user-agent in order to provide you the mobile/smartphone version of the app (lighter, faster, less internet consumption and run as Sidebar) and also run the webpage in a background iframe (so that you can have real-time silent notifications in the App icon on the browser toolbar as a badge counter).
"<all_urls>" - We cannot predict ahead of time witch hosts/domains we must modify in order to provide the desired functionality detailed in the webRequest permission. It also allows that you can share content (links or text) from other pages directly to inside the App and send it as a SMS/Android message to a friend for example. Also used to allow intercommunication with other oinkandstuff Apps (i.e. Emojis Keyboard).
CHANGELOG & RELEASE NOTES
Available on the product page: https://www.oinkandstuff.com/project/web-for-android-messages/#changelog
This information is also available inside the App: Options -> About