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Google retains bugging Android customers to replace the Messages app till it’s finished

Nobody likes to be reminded consistently to do one thing. However typically repetitive requests work and Google is making an attempt this out by disseminating a full-screen notification when the Google Messages app must be up to date. Beforehand, such a notification would cowl half the display and you might blow it off in case you so desired. As soon as closed, the notification did not seem once more. However Google would not assume that you just’re eager about this appropriately and so it’ll remind you to replace the Google Messages app repeatedly till it’s up to date.

With an app like Google Messages, you wish to run the most recent model of the app and a brand new replace won’t have simply new options, it may additionally have new safety capabilities which can be vital. When Google has an replace for Messages, it desires you to put in it ASAP. So new replace notifications for the app aren’t solely full-screen as we famous, in case you shut the notification with out updating Google Messages, the identical full-screen notification will reappear the subsequent time you open the Google Messages app. Yikes and double yikes.

To make issues worse, in case you do not replace Google Messages from the full-screen notification, it’ll present up each time you open the app till you lastly give in and faucet the button to unlock the app, or the app auto-updates. In January, Google introduced that it was introducing these new repeating full-screen prompts however up to now, these notifications have been seen for Google Messages solely. 

We might think about that the majority Android customers finally get the trace when the notification continues to point out up each time the Google Messages app is open and finally they replace the app. However Google ought to most likely make use of a much less annoying tact through the use of the empty house on the full-page notification to clarify to customers why they should run the most recent, up to date model of the app. If the consumer would not replace at that time, Google ought to simply let it go and let the app auto-update. On the finish of the day, the Google Messages app is up to date similar to Google needed, and the Android consumer would not maintain a grudge in opposition to Google for annoying the hell out of him.

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