T-Mobile set to rival iMessage, Whatsapp and others with “Advanced Messaging”
T-Mobile has come with a new chunk of modernization for its enthusiastic users with an all new texting experience app called Advanced Messaging. The added wonders are features like read receipts and large file transfers. The Advanced Messaging feature will be available inbuilt on the new Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime while Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S5 users too can enjoy the fun by just a small upgrade in the software.
The new Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime, available in T-Mobile stores and online today, is the first device to come with T-Mobile Advanced Messaging built in—and you’ll be able to get it next on the Galaxy S5 and S6 through simple software updates.
The “Uncarrier” brings in a fresh air of advanced messaging and there are options for real time chats as well. One can see whether his counterpart has read the message or is typing. The new feature also ensures large file transfers up to as much big as 10MB.
By the end of this year, this feature is expected to be running in over a dozen more devices and the best thing about this is that one need not download a new app. The Advanced Messaging facility will be available automatically once the device is upgraded.
Compatibility of this software is highly ensured as it is expected to run on any device and on any operating system. With GSMA messaging standard, it is all set to provide optimum user experience. In the social media age, with the likes of Facebook, Messenger, Google Hangouts, it will undoubtedly open a new dimension.
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