Effortlessly Craft Messages with Google Messages’ New Feature: Gemini Nano’s On-Device Magic Compose


In late November, Google introduced several new features in preview for its Messages app. Now, with the Samsung Galaxy S24 series, some of the major expressive capabilities are officially leaving beta.

One of these features, Magic Compose, which was unveiled at Google I/O in May, is now out of beta and can make use of Gemini Nano on supported devices, starting with the S24 series. Users can tap the pencil icon to generate contextual replies based on recent messages, emojis, reactions, and links. Previously, this processing was done in the cloud, but now it can work on the device itself. For existing Samsung devices, access to the cloud-based Magic Compose will still be available.

Compose to Match your Mood Automatically in Google Messages Google Messages

Additionally, in the Messages app, users can now input text into the text field and utilize Magic Compose to rephrase it in one of seven styles: Remix, Excited, Chill, Shakespeare, Lyrical, Formal, or Short. This feature adds a creative and personalized touch to the way we compose and express messages.

Google is introducing the Photomoji feature, allowing users to create custom reactions using the main subject in a photo. To access this feature, users can long-press on a message and swipe for the right-most “Create” button.

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These custom reactions will appear in their typical corner. It automatically saves for future use in the Messages Emoji picker. Moreover, friends will also have access to these Photomojis, adding a fun and personalized element to message reactions.

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Google is expanding the availability of the Voice Moods feature, allowing users to visually theme the waveform of an audio recording before sending it. There are nine available emotions, including options like a sprinkle heart-eye emoji, fume with fireballs, and breaking out the party popper.

This feature integrates with the voice recorder design, providing users with a persistent, keyboard-sized UI and noise cancellation for an improved audio recording experience. The wider launch of Voice Moods adds a creative and expressive dimension to audio messages in the Messages app.

Availability of the New Google Messages Features Google Messages

These features first came to users enrolled in the Google Messages beta program. Now, they are making their way to stable users, coinciding with the release of the Samsung Galaxy S24, which will go on sale at the end of January. Users can look forward to experiencing these expressive and creative features as part of the stable version of Google Messages.

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