Soon you will receive WhatsApp messages even if you do not have the application installed
No matter you have it installed or not: you will receive notifications WhatsApp,of Telegram or any other messaging application that proposes it . Google has just made available to Android a tool that will allow users to send messages through application even if the recipient does not have it installed on your mobile.
Thus, a user of -for example- WhatsApp can send a message from the application to a contact that has WhatsApp installed on your phone. What this contact will receive a notification that will see the full message , and then if desired can choose to install the application in question, answer or ignore the notification through another application.
The preview of the message is universal in Android
But WhatsApp is only a specific example. What Google just announced by the name of “Preview Application Messaging” , and is a native feature of Android that will allow any messaging application can send notifications to recipients who do not even have that application installed. And how is that possible? Responsible for managing such notifications will be Google Play Services , a complement absolutely any mobile Android comes installed as standard.
The interesting thing is that the function will be available for messages sent from both Android as iOS, while notifications with the preview will be displayed only if the recipient is Android -because you need to have installed Google Play services, basically-. Of course, Google has confirmed that the preview of the messages may be disabled, so that we are not obligated at all to receive message notifications.
This development has just been opened to developers, who will be those who have to apply to participate in this new option to preview messages. For my part, if I had to bet I’d say the big instant messaging applications are already rubbing their hands with the possibilities of these notifications.
Eye: Google Allo and brings it
Although Google has announced it now appears that its recently launched application Allo already incorporates this functionality curious. In Google Allo , when you send a message to a person who does not have the installed application is given the curious case that the recipient receives a notification that, in addition to seeing the contents of the message, you can directly install the application through the which it has been sent.