Google starts facilitating its spam protection feature to its Messages app on android after around 6-months of developing it.

According to the handful if tipsters, the all-new spam protection feature is going live now, though not everyone has noticed it yer, reported the Android Police on Friday.

Most of the users were seeing a prompt, termed as “New! Spam Protection” soon after opening the Messages.

The reports said that “the change appears to be server-side and in a limited rollout for the time being, like other devices, we’ve tested, including my own, don’t have it just yet. When it does hit your device, you should see a notification similar to that above when launching Messages.”

One the feature is installed, the Google users can also disable the feature in the Settings and then proceed in the Advanced Menu.

Spam messages data is to improvise the ability of the search engine giant to “detect future spam for users.”

Google at the same time has maintained the Messages, which was its primary communicable options for its users.

Earlier this week, Google made the announcement that it was planning to shift its Messages Web App that will allow the users to manage SMS/MMS on their phone from another device, from Android.com to Google.com.

This initiative is considered as the plan to the tech giant to minimize the usage of Android-based devices.

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