More people get access to message reactions from iPhones in Google Messages

Last fall, some people started seeing message reactions from iPhones in Google Messages. Instead of the message reaction appearing as text in a separate SMS, Messages puts a corresponding emoji below the message.

Now more people have found the message reactions in Messages and the function should be generally available in the latest beta version of the app.

However, Messages does not necessarily show the exact emoji that was used in the Imessage, but sometimes instead an interpretation of the text Imessage sent with an emoji that roughly represents the text.

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