One of the most requested app services on Android has always been the iMessage. Naturally, Apple is not even keen on giving an inch to its opponent. Sure, he accepted Apple Music, but it was more to strengthen its iTunes business. iMessage is a completely different animal and is unlikely to be its official Android app. Enter the latest effort WeMessage on the third party solution, which is innocent and pure, yet it is unlikely to last long.
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WeMessage supports iMessage’s basic features, including group chat, attachment, change name of chat etc. Reactions and effects can come in a later date. Messages travel through the servers of Apple, so their security and privacy are ensured. At the end of the WeMessage, the data AES is encrypted from WeServer to the WeMessage app and vice versa.
WeMessage does not have any magic, which is part of its appeal and the developer believes that it cannot be taken by Apple or Google at its most basic, it only sends iMessage messages to the apple service and a Mac on Android device receives on The first hold in it is false: you need a miscode computer for it. Webserver uses just a lot of tools and APIs that Apple Mac offers to send Android messages.
Scott insists that WeMessage does not use reverse engineering or engages in malicious activity. Apple was the only device that all the app developers used to have used all the devices. But here’s the biggest catch: even if he does not know whether it is in violation of apple or Google rules. And both companies are likely to change policies or remove developer tools and APIs in response to a new, unpredictable and unseen use. In this complex and complex world of licensing, in terms of services and policies, talking to innocence is no longer enough
How to use WeMessage
Before downloading the VMSs app, there are two major requirements: the user must have a macode computer and an active iMessage account. Users who have a Mac device must install the Mac OS app called ICRR. The app is not available from Apple’s official Mac App Store, so they need to modify their security and privacy settings to install WeServer on their Mac, as explained by the Apple Insider.
After the WeServer app is installed on the user’s Mac, the user can now download and install the WeMessage app on his Android smartphone and start using it. The WeServer app will convert the user’s Mac into a server that relies on iMessages on the iMessage Android app.
Due to the closed nature of Apple’s iMessage, this app is a bit complicated to use. The iMessages to be sent should first be authenticated via the Apple iOS / MacOS device, before it can reach its receiver.