Advertisement There are a few reasons you might want to use iMessage on an Android device. Maybe you have friends that use iPhones and don’t want your messages to appear as green bubbles. It’s also possible that you use an iPhone as your main phone, but also use an Android phone at times.It’s not likely that Apple will bring iMessage to Android, but fortunately, you don’t have to wait for that to happen. AirMessage lets you use Apple’s service on Android, with one major caveat: You’ll need to run its server software on a Mac.Here’s what you need to know and how to use it.What’s So Special About iMessage?Unlike text messages, which use the SMS protocol for text and MMS for images, iMessage goes over the internet. This lets it do more than standard messages, and it also means that you can use it over Wi-Fi (or with mobile data).Until now, the main issue with iMessage is that it only works on Apple devices. Officially, that is still the case. What AirMessage does is use a piece of server software to send messages through iMessage on your Mac.Technically, you’re still sending the message on your Mac. You’re just using an… Read full this story
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