Stay connected using Verizon Messages sync features for your Smartphone, tablet, and computer. Keep the conversation going even when you’re switching between devices. Connect with family, friends, teammates, and more through personalized group chats, texts, photos, videos and gift cards worth up to $100 at stores like Starbucks, Dominos, and more. Now anyone can download and chat with Verizon Messages, even non Verizon customers (available on compatible devices).
GROUP CHATS – Create larger group chats with up to 250 people. Send and receive photos/videos in seconds. Personalize your chat experience with avatars, backgrounds and more. You can even mute a conversation or add or remove members or without creating a new group.
YELP INTEGRATION – Tap the plus menu and easily access Yelp from within the app. Search for restaurants, entertainment and directions. Make plans and share the details all within your chat.
SHARE YOUR LOCATION – Glympse™ lets you share your location with the people you choose for the length of time you set. Perfect for meeting up, or letting people know you’re running late.
SEND AN eGIFT – Tap the plus menu and select eGifts icon. Easily send an eGift card right through text message. eGifting has been expanded to include eGift cards from more than 30 brands
SYNC ACROSS DEVICES – Download Verizon Messages on all your devices, and sync messages across your smartphone, tablet and computer. Switch devices whenever you want. Make calls with your tablet anywhere.
DRIVING MODE – Turn on driving mode to send an Auto-Reply message and disable incoming message notifications so you don’t get distracted on the road.
HD VOICE CALLING – Eligibility rules apply. Link your phone number to the Verizon Messages app on your tablet and make and receive calls wherever they want on any network (cellular or Wi-Fi).
# Schedule messages to be delivered at a specific date/time, even if your phone is turned off.
# Search the web for images and gifs to include in your chat with Yahoo search.
# Express yourself through colorful Emoji’s by tapping on highlighted keywords when composing messages.
# Send and receive messages over Wi-Fi from your smartphone, iOS device, tablet, PC, MAC, and web browser.
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Stay connected using Verizon Messages on your Smartphone, tablet, and computer. And keep the conversation engaging with personalized texts, photos, videos and gift cards worth up to $100 at stores like Starbucks, Amazon, and more.
Now anyone can download and chat with Verizon Messages, even non Verizon customers (available on compatible devices).
NEW Group chats – Create larger group chats with up to 250 people. Send and receive photos/videos in seconds. Personalize your chat experience with avatars, backgrounds and more. You can even mute a conversation or add or remove members or without creating a new group.
NEW Yelp Integration – Tap the plus menu and easily access Yelp from within the app. Search for restaurants, entertainment and directions. Make plans and share the details all within your chat.
NEW Kanvas Updates – Create and send custom gifs, and easily edit photos with stickers, text, doodles and more.
Share your location – Glympse™ lets you share your location with the people you choose for the length of time you set. Perfect for meeting up, or letting people know you’re running late.
Send an eGift – Tap the plus menu and select eGifts icon. Easily send an eGift card right through text message eGifting has been expanded to include eGift cards from more than 30 brands
Sync across devices – Download Verizon Messages on all your devices, and sync messages across your smartphone, tablet and computer. Switch devices whenever you want. Make calls with your tablet anywhere.
Schedule messages to be delivered at a specific date/time, even if your phone is turned off.
Search the web for images and gifs to include in your chat with Yahoo search.
Express yourself through colorful Emoji’s by tapping on highlighted keywords when composing messages.
Send and receive messages over Extended Wi-Fi from your smartphone, iOS device, tablet, PC, Mac and web browser.
Ratings and Reviews
3.1 out of 5
Decent App, but needs work
I have to update my review and reduce the rating from 5 stars to 3 stars. The texting functionality is perfect. The voice calls, however, are inconsistent. There are many times when someone calls my work phone and that phone rings, but I get no notifications at all on my iPhone resulting in many important calls being missed. Often these missed calls don’t even show in my call log in the app. When the calls do come through, about 1/3 of the time the caller can hear me, but I can’t hear them. With a little bit of work, this app can truly be incredible.
I haven’t been this impressed by an app in a long time. I have two cell phones- an iPhone which is my person phone and a Samsung Galaxy which is a company issued work phone. I hate carrying two phones around and now I don’t have to thanks to this app. I’m able to add my work number to the Verizon Messages app and get all of my work texts through that and I can even make and receive phone calls from my work number directly through the app. I’ve downloaded the MS Outlook app for my work email and now I’m all set. I no longer carry my work phone with me and I love it! I highly recommend this app!
i love this app, but there is 1 problem
i absolutely love this app, i downloaded on my iphone because i wanted to accessorize my messaging app, yes it looks pretty good now, but i noticed something. When i message iphone users who use imessage, i can’t see their messages on the app, so then i have to go out of the app, and go to imessage to see their messages, another thing i noticed is that when you message someone on this app and they message you back, you get a notification from your original messaging app as well, please fix that, it gets annoying when i get 2 notifications per message when it isn’t an iphone user. One final thing is that when i receive a notification that someone texted me, it only shows their phone number and i don’t know who texted me until i’m in the app, which we all know that sometimes you want to ignore people, but you can’t do that here because you don’t know who it is. that’s all, thanks.
Text messaging auto reply feature!!!
I was truly excited to finally see an app that allows to have auto reply functionality in text messaging. Truly a blessing for folks that have clients who reach out to you via text over other means. In the beginning, it worked wonderfully. However, for some reason, it has become extremely finicky when trying to turn it on and off. Often times you have to flip the lever a few times to get it to stick. And even when you do, there’s times where I would back out come back and the lever would be still in the original position. They really truly need to focus on this on the next update. I have used this functionality for the last couple of years. Jump ahead to a couple of months ago, the auto reply functionality is stuck in the on position. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the app numerous times, and it is still stuck there. Right now there’s a trouble ticket into Verizon, but there has been no resolution as of yet. And at some point, they also need to increase the maximum auto reply character count I would say at least an extra 30 to 40 characters Minimum. I really would love to see this work properly, but it needs a lot of work clearly.
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- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
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Beginning next year, Verizon will join AT&T and T-Mobile in preloading Android Messages as the default texting app on all Android phones it sells. It’s the final step for making RCS Chat — the next-gen standard designed to replace SMS — the default experience for Android. In the US, that only leaves one large cohort that will not use RCS as a default SMS replacement: iPhone users.
Verizon has also said it will fully support interoperability between carriers, so in theory the improved images, video, read receipts, and group chats should just work — assuming everybody you’re texting with is also using Android Messages.
Verizon was the last of the big three US carriers to get on board with Google’s latest strategy to push RCS as the new default for texting. After years of cajoling, shaming, and downright pleading, the company has made deals with carriers to simply use the standard Android Messages app, which supports RCS by default.
Hiroshi Lockheimer, senior vice president of Android, Chrome OS, and the Play Store, is quick to note that end-to-end encryption for RCS inside Android Messages is also in the process of rolling out. It’s available for “peer-to-peer” chats (i.e. a chat with one other person), but group chats are on the roadmap as well.
Default, end-to-end encrypted chats between Android phones raise an interesting conundrum for Apple. Next year, texts between Android phones and iPhones will be less secure than texts within those two ecosystems — because they will be on SMS instead of RCS.
Apple’s Messages app offers end-to-end encryption if all users are on the iMessage system, and it has shown no appetite to either offer iMessage on Android nor to adopt RCS on the iPhone. Google, meanwhile, is happy to take the opportunity to needle Apple by openly inviting it to use RCS.
“Going forward, the default messaging experience on Android is going to be more secure,” says Lockheimer, who has previously invited Apple to adopt RCS. “The fallback messaging experience on the other platform will not have encryption if it’s still SMS. I think that that is a pretty interesting dynamic and I would hope that as everyone focuses on security and privacy it becomes an important part of the discussion.”
Lockheimer wouldn’t confirm if Google is in active discussions with Apple, but it doesn’t seem as though RCS is likely to come to the iPhone soon and the company has declined to comment on the matter several times over the years. But there is clearly a pressure campaign on, even if it’s not very strident. Speaking about Apple adoption, Lockheimer says, “I actually do think getting the three major carriers in the US to adopt RCS in a consistent manner is a big part of the equation.”
Currently, there are 473 million monthly active RCS users around the globe, according to the GSMA. Adoption in the US is likely to boost that number by quite a bit. Google has no plans to try to introduce a messaging app that supports RCS on the iPhone.
Although RCS has been closely associated with Google, the company often points to the fact that it is meant to be a standard that is shared by the entire mobile industry and managed by the GSMA. Carriers are able to use their own RCS infrastructure instead of Google’s. Still, RCS is closely tied to Google in many people’s minds and Google offers RCS services to carriers and will even allow consumers to directly use RCS via its services if their carrier doesn’t offer it. Google began pushing RCS as the new texting experience on Android after its own messaging attempts (notably Hangouts and Allo) floundered.
Lockheimer claims that Google prefers the slightly more open RCS approach to a Google-owned texting solution being the default on Android. “We don’t think there should be one messaging app to rule them all. We fully realize people are going to use multiple messaging apps,” he says.
As for Verizon, it will continue to offer its Verizon Message+ (VM+) application alongside Android Messages for customers who wish to use it. It’s a maligned app and for good reason: it’s rife with awkward interface controls and Verizon branding — but since it’s really the only way to sync Verizon text messages across different devices, it’s going to stick around.
Apparently Verizon and Google intend to find a way to ensure that VM+ and Android Messages share a text message database so that messages stay in sync. That’s potentially a first step toward opening up RCS to third-party applications — something that’s been impossible so far.
Google’s deal with Verizon caps a flurry of RCS activity that kicked off this past March with the T-Mobile deal, then the end of the encrypted chat beta in June, and finally a deal with AT&T in June as well.
Unfortunately, as with all things Android and RCS, the results of that activity won’t be felt by users until later. Verizon won’t be making the switch to Android Messages until 2022.
Imagine yourself expecting a very important text message that you cannot afford to miss. You are constantly checking your phone, waiting for that text message to pop up.
It would be really terrible if you forgot your mobile phone somewhere and could not check your messages and reply immediately. Or would it?
If you are using Verizon, you don’t have to worry about this problem at all. That’s because Verizon allows its users to check their messages online. Of course, this means that you can wait for that text message on your computer, wherever you are at.
Here is how you can check Verizon text messages online.
View Your Verizon Text Messages Online
Viewing your Verizon text messages online is actually quite simple, and everyone can do it. All that you need to do is follow these simple steps, and you will be able to access all of your Verizon texts on your computer in no time:
- Visit Verizon’s website by clicking here.
- Fill the required fields and log in from your web browser.
- Select Account on the My Verizon homepage.
- Click on Text Online.
- Read and accept the terms and conditions.
- Choose a conversation in the left pane to view messages.
In case you have a business account, you should log in to My Business. Everything else is the same.
If you want to reply to a message or send a new one online, you can do that as well. The steps are pretty much the same, and all that you need to do is fill the required fields on the right.
Enter a phone number that you want to message in the “To: “ field. You can enter up to 10 numbers at once.
After that, compose a text message in the field labeled Your Message and click Send. The maximum number of characters that you can use in your text message is 140.
If you want to send attachments with your text messages, you need to know that they might not work for numbers that don’t use Verizon. As such, you should only send attachments to Verizon numbers, to be sure.
Aside from using Verizon’s website for receiving and sending text messages, you can also browse their store and shop for their equipment. They offer accessories, wearable tech, smartwatches, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and much more.
To browse their store, click on “Shop” on their official website.
Use the Verizon Messages Plus Application
If you want a more elegant solution or don’t want to log in to Verizon’s website all the time, you can use the Verizon Messages Plus app.
The Verizon Messages Plus app can be downloaded from the App Store for the iPhone and the Google Play Store for Android phones. It is also available as a desktop app and web app from Verizon’s official website. This app allows you to check your Verizon text messages on any device anytime you want to, no matter where you are.
Download the Verizon Message Plus app to your preferred device. Once you have downloaded the app, it will ask you to sync the phone that you want to monitor text messages from.
You can sync your mobile phone by entering your phone number. After that, Verizon will automatically send a verification text message to the number you have entered.
This text message will contain a verification code that you need to enter in the app itself. Then, choose a nickname, and you are ready to go.
The app will display a list of your conversations. You will also be able to send texts from this app and create and manage group chats.
With the recent updates, the app allows you to use the following features:
- Drive mode – disable incoming messages and notifications to avoid getting disturbed while driving
- HD Voice Calls
- HD Video Calls
- Message Scheduling
- Tons of emojis and GIFs
Users can also create their own GIFs and edit photos with the recently added features.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are some more answers to your questions about Verizon’s online text messaging feature.
Do Verizon’s online text messages cost extra?
No. The text message feature is part of your cell phone plan. There is no additional charge to use the feature. However, if you exceed your data limit, there may be an overage charge.
Can I message someone who doesn’t have Verizon?
Absolutely! As long as the recipient you’re communicating with has a valid U.S. phone number, you can send and receive messages online.
Send and Receive Verizon Text Messages Online
These two methods make things much easier for Verizon users as they don’t need to carry their mobile phones everywhere and worry about missing important messages. As long as they have access to an internet-connected computer, they can access their text messages in just a few simple steps.
Also, installing the Verizon Messages Plus app allows users to exchange texts more easily and reply faster.
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