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The search giant is no longer eager to become a messaging service provider.
Google announced on Tuesday that it will no longer provide instant messaging services and other services to third-party apps.
Google says it’s focused on “delivering the best possible user experience.”
Google says that it has always been committed to being the first to provide a wide variety of online services and content.
The company says it has been a partner with Microsoft on messaging services, and Google says its partnerships have helped millions of people connect and communicate.
“Today, the company no longer wants be a service provider for third-parties,” Google said in a blog post.
That’s why the Google Apps Messaging and Instant Messaged App are also leaving the Google app store. “
That’s why we’re retiring the Google Instant Messaging service.
The move came as a surprise, since Google says Instant Messages were the most popular messaging app for over a year. “
For our customers, that means the end of the Google Mobile Talk, Google Hangouts, and Hangouts Mobile app.”
The move came as a surprise, since Google says Instant Messages were the most popular messaging app for over a year.
Google, however, did say it was working to improve messaging in the future.