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Google Messages to bring magic compose in beta to supercharge your RCS conversations

With its suggestions, the Smart Reply feature in Google Messages makes replying to texts simple. Smart Reply can suggest certain widely used rapid replies based on the text content, but it cannot create full messages for you. Google intends to enhance your texting experience by bringing the power of Bard to its messaging app with Magic Compose. Before Magic Compose was formally announced at I/O 2023, we first reported on it in early May. You may now write messages using Bard’s AI magic in the US thanks to the experimental feature, which has gone live.

As per information via the Google Support page, messages apps containing RCS conversations can only attain this feature of Magic Compose. If the feature is already in the app, you need to activate it through the settings menu in the app. By enabling it in settings, you’ll be able to use it for suggestions as well as for writing your message by using different tones and styles by using the pencil tool right next to your typed text. Currently, Magic Composer can rephrase your text in seven styles, including remix, excited, chill, Shakespeare, lyrical, formal, and short.

This tool seems to be quite handy when you are a texter. Although there’s a drawback that it breaks end-to-end encryption as the last 20 of your messages might be sent to the server to generate the response, Although the messages will be discarded right after a response is generated, the platform has no intention of storing your data or using it in the training of AI models. It seems that you must decide between E2ER and the power of AI for your RCS chats.

This latest feature is available to premium Google One subscribers based in the US who are a part of the messaging beta programme on the Play Store. This depicts the company’s policy of providing priority access to its premium subscribers.

Lucia Coleman

I’m a communication enthusiast and junior editor-reporter at Research Snipers, I have completed a degree in Mass Communication but am very enthusiastic about new technology, games, and mobile devices. I have the main interest in Technology and games.

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