How to Use RCS Messages on Samsung S10, S10 Plus, S10e

Recently Google has announced the RCS Messages (Google Messages) for Android phones. However, Google Messages is now available to download for Samsung S10/10+/S10e, but currently, it is beta version said by 9to5 Google. Though, if you want to join the beta version, then Google is allowing you to register yourself to use RCS Messages on Samsung devices.

To improvise this messaging app, Google has opened the beta program for all of us. So that we, the end users can find out the bugs and report Google to make better for us. Like any other application, you can download and install Google Messages from Google Play Store and there is a direct link for it.

Note: If you are unable to register for RCS Messaging then keep patience, soon it will be available for you too.

What are the key features of Google Messages?

Almost all the functions that we are presently using on WhatsApp, Gmail, Skype, Hangout etc. are available in a single app, Google Messages. Look how to use RCS Messaging on Samsung S10/S10 Plus/S10e.

  • Install the Google Messages on your device.
  • Select Become a tester.
  • Follow on-screen instructions and complete setup.

Now you are ready to go with Google RCS Messaging on Samsung S10 flagship.

What can you do with Google Messages?

It allows you to,

  • Easy Sharing

Share your favorite pictures from the Photos app or directly from the app. Besides, contact you can send audio files too.

  • Richer Conversation

Send Emoji, Stickers, Audio Messages and even your current location right from the app.

  • RCS Messaging

RCS Messaging makes conversation richer because we can message someone over Wi-Fi and Data connection. Everything can be done as I said above, in the RCS messaging system. If your Carrier doesn’t support RCS Messaging, then wait for a while surely the next update will support RCS Messaging.

What Carriers supports RCS Messaging?

Following are the operators that are currently running RCS Messaging on Android Smartphone.

  • Verizon
  • T-Mobile
  • US Cellular
  • Sprint
  • Google Fi

Following are the Prepaid US Wireless Carriers

  • Virgin Mobile
  • Ting
  • Tiercel Wireless
  • Boost Mobile
  • EcoMobile
  • Freedom Mobile
  • NTT DoCoMo
  • Straight Talk
  • Telcel America
  • Total Wireless


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