Google displays its Google Messages web application from Android.com to Google.com, according to Chromium Gerrit's code editing. 9to5Google.
The question code is a message that is guided by the Chrome OS device to message.google.com instead of messages.android.com – when users take advantage of the "Better Together" functionality platform.
At the time of writing, messages.google.com is not active, but may change in the next weeks.
Google may keep active domains at least a couple of weeks before migrating by the user.
The move is part of a wider Google initiative that reduces the visibility of Android to a large part of its brand arsenal. For example, the company did not mention the operating system when Pixel 3 and 3 XL announced it in October 2018.
In Messages, the SMS app was recently called Android Messages. And yet another example: this year, Google rewrites Google Pay for Android Pay.
Source: Chromium Gerrit Via: 9to5Google