The Google-owned messaging service is using an app to send a message to a mobile phone or tablet using a Twilium API.
Google announced today that the app can be used to send SMS messages to the iPhone, or Android devices.
Google says it is currently using a new Twilius API for this feature.
The Twilios API is used by the messaging service’s API endpoints, including its SMS app, as well as by other apps, including Google’s own Google Talk app.
In this way, the Twilians app can send messages to iPhones, Android phones, and other Android devices in addition to Google’s other messaging apps.
Google also announced today a new update to the Twils SMS app that will enable SMS messaging to iPhones and Android phones as well.
Google said in a blog post today that it will continue to support the SMS app for now, but it plans to update the app “in the future.”
This comes as Twiliamers and Twiliotes continued to be targeted with targeted advertising campaigns and Google continues to try to limit the use of Twiliias apps.
Twilie and Twils own apps are still a popular tool for many people to use for sending messages.
Google previously used its own messaging service to send messages, but that service was shut down in March 2018.
It was announced last year that Google would start using a competitor, Twilia, to send texts and SMS messages.