RCS, SMS, iMessage. All three share a piece of the texting pie, but why? Here's a closer look at what each brings to the table.
Google appears to have a new feature in the works for its messaging app, which will allow users to respond directly to individual messages.
Tim Cook has responded to pleas to bring RCS support to the iPhone, stating that Apple does not intend to fix the green bubble experience at this time.
Google has launched a new "Get the Message" campaign to try and convince Apple to bring RCS support to iMessage.
Google is working to address the RCS ads in India after users were apparently spammed with messages. The feature is temporarily disabled as the company works to "improve the experience."
RCS messaging in the United States is gaining a lot of ground with Samsung making Google Messages the default messaging app on its Galaxy S22 devices.
We asked our readers if Apple should bring iMessage to Android or support RCS on iPhones. The responses gave a clear indication of what most of our readers want.
Apple is being accused of peer pressure and bullying by keeping iMessage off Android and not adopting RCS support. However, we want to know what you think should happen.
Check it out, the NYPost wants you to get mad about something stupid. Let's all point and laugh.
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