In a blow to company Android, Google is planning to shift its Messages web app — which enables users to manipulate SMS/MMS messages on their Phone from an extra device — from Android.Com to Google.Com, Media reported.
The transfer is seen as Google’s plan to minimise the use of the word “Android”, 9to5google.Com mentioned on Wednesday.
The Android Messages web app has long been hosted at the URL (Uniform resource Locator) of “messages.Android.Com”.
However within the coming weeks, the carrier might be shifted to “messages.Google.Com”, the report mentioned, citing an upcoming trade to Chrome OS.
It’s not clear when the change will come into outcome, but Google may just temporarily use both the URLs for to make the transition to messages.Google.Com smoother.