Google tests notification bubbles in the Messages app
Google tests notification bubbles in the Messages app

Google is testing the notification bubble functionality in its messaging app on Android (Messaging) for future releases.

In April of last year, Google released Android 10 Beta 2 Beta 2 for pixels with a new notification bubble function very similar to the Facebook Messenger (Facebook) notification bubble. Cat bubbles.

Although the feature did not start in the latest version of Android 10, Google is still testing it in the system and should be running in a future version of Android. Bubbles API can be manually activated via developer options. Google urges developers to test this software interface in their app so that it can run under Android 11 in the future.

To create a bubble API, Google tests the functionality of its email applications. XDA developer said: It was reported that Google was working hard in October to configure the messaging app to support new notification bubbles. The site can now enable this feature in the app and publish screenshots.

The website states that Google has not released information about how this feature is enabled for ordinary users, but should disclose more details before launch.

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