Google Messages on Android 11 add bubbles feature
The new dialog module supports messages from multiple different applications and is fixed with floating bubbles, allowing users to quickly click on the bubbles to quickly view the message module.
Google has also developed a new cross-platform login mechanism to allow users to manage different accounts more easily, and it is faster and more convenient to talk to multiple users.
In fact, the core purpose of this improvement is how to conveniently and efficiently help users handle conversations between multiple different platforms in this era of special emphasis on social interaction.
Of course, these changes are not directly provided to users but are provided to social application developers in the form of interfaces and then these developers perform function integration.
The functions provided by Google are mainly message dialogs and floating bubble dialogs in the pull-down notification area of the screen so that the dialog module of the message application can be suspended in the upper layer.
Users only need to click on the bubble or pull down the notification bar to see the latest news, and can also directly switch all sessions of different platforms according to the avatar in the bubble.
At present, Facebook and Twitter are mainly supported by these new API interfaces, through which users can gather messages from different platforms.
In the future, more social communication software will support its own private messaging and other functions to support such dialogue messages, but the premise is that users upgrade Android 11.