Google is now launching a new Google Messages update with the word ‘RCS’, making the company feel more comfortable making an RCS consumer-friendly. The company has now launched another feature for Google Messages, which comes pre-installed on Galaxy smartphones in many countries. According to new reports, Google Messages is now widely getting the vertical photo picker feature.
We can see the latest beta update has version Google Messages beta messages.android_20230224_04_RC00.phone.openbeta_dynamic; the latest update allows you to open the photo gallery in a conversation instead of a grid photo picker; the app will show a vertically scrollable photo picker browse.
There’s a live camera preview on the left, and next to it, you will get a ‘Folders’ shortcut. You will have a larger photo preview at the bottom. While you swipe up the photo collection, the picker shows you fifteen images with full visibility; compared to its previous version, you were only shown six square previews of your images.
The new Google messages feature is already in September, and others have started receiving it recently. You need to join the Google Messages beta program to get this new feature right now.