Google is having another go at building an iMessage alternative for Android with RCS. But its plans have way too many moving parts and already begun to show cracks. Instead, it likely has a better chance of succeeding by merging a simple instant messaging service inside its existing SMS app.
With the introduction of iOS 11.3, we saw a ton of new features make their way to the iPhone and iPad. One of the most exciting features is Business Chat, which lets you use the Messages app to talk to businesses, instead of waiting on hold for customer service. Here's how to use it.
Unlike previous apps that have tried to bring iMessage to the Android platform, WeMessage uses the power of the Mac to direct messages to your phone via Apple's servers. All you need to do is download the WeMessage app and tweak a few of your computer's settings to get started.