Answering questions on Google’s latest move to replace Google+ with its own Messenger app, RTE spoke to John Levenson, Google’s senior vice president of Product Strategy.
Google Messenger is an instant messaging service which allows users to share, exchange and receive messages.
It can be used for a variety of purposes, including video conferencing, chat rooms, and chat and video calls.
The service is currently only available in Ireland and the UK, where it’s a Google app.RTE asked Levensson how the company plans to deal with the growing demand for its Messenger app and how it plans to ensure that users are not penalised if they’re unable to use Google Messenger on Android.
He said Google will continue to develop Messenger as an alternative for users in the future, and that it’s already working with Facebook and Apple to add additional features to the Messenger app.
He also confirmed that Google is in the process of releasing a new Messenger app in the US and a new Google Messenger app for China.
“We are actively working on the next version of Messenger for the US, which will include a new option to add friends to a list of contacts.
Google Messenger is currently available in the United States, Canada and China,” Levensons said.”
A new version of Google Messenger for China will launch later this year.”RTE also asked Levisons how Google plans to address users who are unable to connect to Google Messenger because of mobile device connectivity issues.
Levenson said Google is working on a solution and said that the company will make sure that Google Messenger remains available for users.
“In the meantime, we’re working to ensure users have the option to connect with friends in the Android App on their phones and tablets,” he said.
Google declined to comment on the report.
Leveson said that Google has been working to create a solution for users with the mobile device issue.
He added that Google will ensure that all Messenger users receive a full and complete Google Account on their mobile devices.