Magic Compose, Google’s new Messages feature that employs AI to assist with text message writing, has finally begun to roll out its beta version. Yes, you’ve read correctly; there’s again this thingy featuring AI like it wouldn’t be enough AI, right?! Another day, another AI approach, which makes things even more exciting. How’s so? According to Google, the new Magic Compose can send up to ’20 previous messages straight to Google’s servers.
And what’s the purpose of that? Simple! The Google servers can generate suggestions based on those messages. Quite impressive, isn’t it?!
Here are some of Google’s Magic Compose features:
- send messages
- emoji, URLs, and reactions are included
- messages with attachments, images, voice messages, and images won’t be sent
- voice transcriptions and image captions can be sent
The new AI feature is now rolling out only to users in the Google Messages beta program.
Check out Google’s Magic Compose in action:
E2EE was introduced by Google for the first time on the app back in 2020. Also, group conversations started using it in late 2017. What is great is the way it actually works. Practically, when you enable the function, other people will be able to read your messages, including Google.
However, there’s no need to worry. Despite the fact that Google’s servers will get your messages via Magic Compose with E2EE, the company insists that it is still unable to read them.
What do you think about the new AI revolution?
You’ll start seeing a chat bubble next to the Magic Composer, but only if you gain access. Next, you can select one of the suggested responses and try your hand at recreating the text using different preset writing styles.
Unfortunately, we don’t have any details on when SMS or MMS support may be added, and the Magic Composer appears just to be compatible with RCS communications.