There are many reasons why you should be using messaging apps to communicate rather than traditional SMS. But what if that messaging app was from your smartphone’s manufacturer? Google has just tested their new feature that allows Android users to send and receive SMS messages from their Google accounts, giving Apple users the opportunity to try it out and see how they feel about the idea of Google being able to text them. So what do iPhone users think of SMS messages from Google? Here’s what they have to say… What do iPhone users think of SMS messages from Google?
Are people surprised when they get a message from google via SMS?
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The recent release of the beta version of Inbox by Gmail has been met with mixed reviews. As many people have noted, this is not a new app but rather an upgraded version of the current Gmail app. One reason for this confusion might be that when opening the app you will still see your old email inbox as well as your Inbox which leads to confusion as to what you are supposed to use.
This confusion also leads to a lack of understanding as to how it functions and how it differs from other apps like Apple Mail or Outlook for iOS.
Is this new way to send ads useful?
The idea behind this is to make ads more personal, and not just some big company trying to shove a product down your throat. It’s also a way for companies to get feedback about their products before even releasing them. This way, if there’s something people don’t like about the new product, it can be changed before it’s too late.
Would they prefer if it was a bit more personal or if it had its own phone number so they could recognize it as google right away.
Many people are confused about how to know if the message is from google. I’m sure many people would prefer it if it was a bit more personal, with its own phone number so they could recognize it as google right away. It’s also very important that you have an easy way to opt out of these messages in case you don’t want them. One thing that needs improvement is the clarity of who the message is coming from, like when someone texts me and says Hi and I don’t respond because they’re not in my contacts list and it turns out that they’re texting me on behalf of another contact on my list.
Anything else you would like us to know about your experience getting texts via sms today?
I was a little skeptical when I got the first text. It had come in while I was at work and my initial thoughts were, Did someone hack my number? But then it occurred to me that if someone had done that, they would have probably called me by now. The second text I got made more sense because it was reminding me about an event coming up in two days.
Please rate your response on a scale of 1-5 where 5 is very positive and 1 is very negative.
I would rate my response a four. The concept is interesting, but as it stands, this new initiative seems more like an advertisement than anything else. Of course, I am also not the target market for this service–I don’t have an iPhone and I’m not on any Google-related services.
Are there any other comments you’d like to share with us today before we end the survey?
If you’ve ever wanted to work at a company like Google, this is your chance. Be sure to fill out the survey and tell them about yourself! They’re really interested in hearing what you have to say. A lot of people are just curious about their daily lives, but they also want to know if anyone would be willing to move for a job there or help with open source projects on GitHub. When I mentioned that I had an app idea for Android Wear, one guy came back with an email later that day asking me if I could send him more information.
Thank you so much for taking the time out of your day to respond. Have a great day!
Google has been testing out the ability to send and receive SMS messages on iPhones, but what are iPhone owners’ reactions to this new feature? In a poll conducted by TechCrunch, over 1.3 million people were asked what they thought about receiving text notifications from Google on their phones.
Google is testing out a new way to send texts by integrating their AI assistant into iOS’s messaging app. The app, which has been dubbed Duplex, allows people to text with the same person they’re talking to on the phone – without having to switch back and forth between apps.
This sounds like a promising development for those who prefer texting over calling, but are also wary of how personal info might be used in the future.
There has been a lot of talk about whether or not it’s a good idea to switch to the new iOS7 operating system and how people should be concerned with their privacy. Before updating, though, there are a few things you should know. First off, Apple stores your contacts and text messages on their servers which are accessible through iTunes. This means that if someone got hold of your password, they would be able to see all your texts and contacts without you knowing about it.