Android Messages for Desktop Now Rolling Out as a Web-Based Service

Google starting rolling out the promised Android Messages website to let Android users text with their friends and family directly from their computers via a web-based client, and it’s currently supported on Gooogle Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Microsoft Edge, and other Chromium-based web browsers like Opera and Vivaldi. To get started with Android Messages for Web and text from your computer, you’ll have to first install the Android Messages app from Google Play Store on your Android smartphone. Then open the Android Messages website and scan the QR code with your phone by tapping the More options menu and selecting “Messages for web.”