Verizon Messages update enables all devices for messages

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Verizon released an update to their Verizon Messages app today to help make messaging easier for their customers. The new update introduces an integrated messaging service that lets users send and receive messages from their phone, tablet or the web using their wireless phone number. The new update also adds an auto reply function and Verizon will save messages in the cloud for up to 90 days.


Verizon Messages includes many features that might be expected from a messaging client like group messaging abilities, customization of conversation views, spam reporting, and a widget with badge counter. The Verizon Messages app makes it easy to share your location via a message and organizes all attachments so they can be searched using a content filter. If you are a Verizon customer, you can check out the app using one of the download links below.

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