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Improve Samsung Messages

(Topic created: 10-11-2022 12:49 PM)
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JadenIsiah
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2 big things. 

1. Samsung messages needs to badly be updated regardless of if it's default or not. It feels dull.. it needs sending/receiving animations and sending/receiving sounds like Imessage and Google Message

2. If your going to keep google messages as the default and keep samsung messages in the system don't half-butt the app for ppl who like to use it. Improve its look and feel! People have been asking for this 4 betas in a row now. 

App customization (ex. bubble shape customization)
Sounds & Animations of the app
Look and feel
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Lurien
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Agree :hundred_points:
Yamialex224
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I don't think they are keeping samsung messages. Google is default in 22 line and above. Odds are the 21 line was the end of it and they are going to end support soon
cory00
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I hope this is true. It would improve rcs among android phones. Would be nice if they update the older phones and remove it and add google messages.
Yamialex224
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Depending on how old the phone is its just let's leave it since they will probably upgrade soon
notforhire
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Google messages, for me, might be tempting if Google vastly improved their offering. The complaints I see about Samsung messages seem to revolve around fluff (reactions, receipts, emojis, group messages, etc.). Now, if you like all that stuff, then by all means......Google. However, I look at function as most important. And the fact that I can create my own categories for work, volunteer work, personal, family, etc., means that Samsung is far superior to Google. I don't need Google telling me what categories my messages go in. I said it before in another post: if Samsung is relying on Google to be consistent and/or committed to any of its messaging efforts, Samsung is a fool.