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Google expands test for iMessage-like reactions for RCS chats in its Messages app

Google expands test for iMessage-like reactions for RCS chats in its Messages app

RCS messaging may not be the iMessage killer for Android that some folks hoped it would be, but it is finally giving us a decent replacement to aging SMS standards. Thanks to Google, we didn't have to worry about the carriers botching it, either. But, one iMessage-like feature has just been spotted rolling out in the wild for RCS "Chats" in Google Messages: Get ready to send emoji reactions.

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😮 Google Duo video messages now let you respond with emoji reactions 😗👌

😮 Google Duo video messages now let you respond with emoji reactions 😗👌

Whether your reaction to the brand-new decade is excitement, fear, or entirely understandable anxiety, now you have one more method of expressing that emotion to others. At least, if you use Google Duo. Google's video messaging app has just added support for emoji-based reactions. 🎉

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Instagram testing Facebook-like reactions in its Stories

Instagram testing Facebook-like reactions in its Stories

It's been over two years since Facebook first introduced reactions to go along with the famous 'Like' button, and about a year since those reactions spread to the comments section. At some point, reactions were added to Facebook Messenger as well. Now, though, Facebook is bringing them to an entirely different platform altogether: Instagram.

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Facebook Goes Beyond The Like Button, Now Has Reactions

Facebook Goes Beyond The Like Button, Now Has Reactions

Since the beginning of Facebook, users have been able to express one emotion, and that's like. You can like this, or you can like that. Disliking is not allowed. Angry comments, though, they're okay.

Facebook is changing this. The company is rolling out the ability to react to items in your News Feed with more than the Like button. Now you can also express love, laugh, show amazement, be sad, or get angry.

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