A student at the University of Pennsylvania, Alex Reyes, who now works for Microsoft, developed an unofficial “Android Posts” client for Windows and macOS. The application is based on the recently released official web version of the service.
In fact, Android Messages Unofficial Desktop App is a simple shell for the official “Android Posts” site, which Google introduced in mid-June. As with the web version, to use the application, the user must pair the “Android Messages” client on the smartphone with the program on the computer by scanning the QR code. After that, a person will be able to send and read SMS messages from the paired device directly from a PC or Mac. The only condition is that the smartphone must be connected to the Internet.
Alex Reyes posted his program on GitHub- interested persons can download the version for Windows 10 or macOS 10.9 and newer, and also explore the open source code. Apparently, the advantages of a computer program in front of a web service consist of the convenience of use and notifications of outgoing messages.
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