Google is developing a free messaging app for Android phones that will offer up to 200 different languages, according to an article by Business Insider.
The app, dubbed G+ Messenger, will be based on a mobile application that Google acquired earlier this year.
The Google app is a version of Google+ that will be open to the public, meaning it will be able to use Google services, and will be powered by the latest version of Android that Google is currently rolling out.
The new app will feature a new “Text to Me” feature that will allow users to send text messages, photos, and videos to each other and friends.
The text messaging service will also be able send and receive video chats, according the article.
Google has been looking to bring free messaging apps to Android phones for some time.
The company is also working on a messaging app called Hangouts that has received some major improvements since its initial release last year.
The Android mobile messaging service has been available in the Play Store for some months, and Google has announced that the service is expected to receive a release in the next few weeks.