There’s no shortage of apps and services that want to be the iMessage of Android devices, but one of the more promising entries in the market is AirText. Instead of something like Facebook Messenger with a data-only messaging service and desktop equivalent, AirText mirrors your SMS and MMS messages to your desktop, laptop, or iPad. […]
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It seems as though the rumors that Apple is developing an iMessage for Android aren’t dead yet. In fact, the company may have even made mockups of the app for Android, according to recent reports.
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iMessage is a great messaging app, but unfortunately, it’s only available on Apple products, something that’s unlikely to change in the near future. PieMessage, however, brings iMessage functionality to Android, with a few catches.
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