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In an age when everyone has a smartphone, messaging apps have long been an important part of the online ecosystem.
But Google is trying to change that.
Last week, the company announced that it would be making its first messaging app, Instant Messenger, for Android.
The announcement was made to developers of mobile messaging apps to help build the app’s platform for the platform’s new messaging platform called Instant Duo.
Google has built its own apps for Android for the past few years, but the company has only launched apps for the mobile platform once before: in March 2015, the Google Calendar app was launched on Android for smartphones.
Since then, Google has made a few major changes to its mobile messaging app.
In December 2015, Google introduced a new unified search experience on Android, and Android users will be able to access the app without having to install Google Apps.
In January, the first versions of Google’s messaging app launched on iOS.
The first Android app, Google+ Messenger, was released in April 2016, and Google has been slowly adding new apps to its Android app store.
This is not a huge surprise as Google has long been a leader in the messaging app space, having launched a handful of messaging apps for iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and BlackBerry.
Google+ Messenger is a new app that has yet to hit the Google Play Store, but is expected to arrive sometime in the first half of 2017.
In the meantime, there are a few reasons why Google might be making an Android app:The app is already live on Google Play.
Instant Messenger is already available for iOS users.
Instant Duo, on the other hand, will be launched on Google’s new Instant Duo platform, which is a much more complete messaging app experience.
When we first heard about Google’s announcement last week, we thought Instant Messenger was a bit strange.
After all, Google is still building its own app store for mobile messaging, and it would make sense for it to build a messaging app in addition to building a messaging platform.
However, we think this could be a smart move for Google to build its own service and for Google+ to build up its user base.
The app will launch on Google Apps, Google’s app store, which makes it easy to install and use.
Instant messenger will be available for Android devices, but will only be available to Android users.
The Google+ app will work with Google’s own messaging platform, Google Duo, which will let Google users send messages and share links to your Google+ profile, as well as to the apps on your phone.
Google Duo is not available on Apple iOS, and is still in beta on Windows Phone.
Instant messaging is an important aspect of the messaging ecosystem because it allows you to have direct, personal communication with other people in real time.
Instant messaging is also a major feature of the new Google Photos app, which launches in the coming weeks.
Instant messages will also be available on the new Photos app.
We don’t think Google has done enough to make Instant Messenger a viable app.
Google+ is an incredibly popular app, and its success is being used to build an entire messaging ecosystem.
Google’s strategy for making a messaging service that competes directly with Facebook’s Facebook Messenger could have an unintended consequence.
Instant message apps can compete with messaging services like Facebook Messenger for users because they have a similar user experience and functionality.
But the messaging apps Google makes will likely not be competitive with Facebook Messenger in the same way that other messaging apps will be.
Google could make an app that competates directly with the messaging services that Facebook offers.
For example, Google could create an Instant Messenger competitor for Facebook Messenger, which would allow users to receive instant messages without having the Facebook Messenger app installed on their phone.
This would allow for more users to share instant messages, and a more streamlined experience for users.
Google could also offer users more options to share messages, like sharing a link to your Facebook profile.
While Google’s Instant Messenger will be the first app in the new Instant Duos messaging platform to launch on Android phones, there will be more apps in the future that will compete directly with Google+ for users, such as a Google Duo competitor for WhatsApp.
If Google decides to build out its messaging app platform on Android devices in the near future, it will need to build it out in a way that does not cannibalize users of Facebook Messenger.
We will continue to monitor this development closely, and we will provide updates as necessary.