Google senior vice president says he doesn’t ask for iMessage on Android, but RCS works on iPhone
AlienKiss, 25 minutes agoYes, it’s true. We Android geeks will always make fun of iPhone users. I always hit my … morePpl choose IOS over Android for their tbh simplicity. It is not that complicated and is better suited for people who have nothing to do with technology
It’s not about apple vs google or ios vs android, it’s just about benefiting the customer and removing apps like whatsapp which are ultimately the products of data selling companies like facebook
Yes, it’s true. We Android geeks will always make fun of iPhone users. I always blame my sister and her husband for using an iPhone. They are so proud of them that it makes me laugh so much. Then again, they have no idea what the technology, the coding, or even what open source means. Typical iPhone users 🤣
I get it: it has a nice solid appearance, but when it comes to software I call it PrisonOS. Or Rock OS. Because that’s what it feels like. Good for nothing clipboard.
Android forever! ️
Everyone says the Apple ecosystem is great and once you get in there you never come back. Honestly, after using the iPhone 13 Pro for a few weeks (months), I can’t wait to go back to Android, maybe with S22 Ultra. No offense, but iOS just isn’t as friendly to me as Android. Just my opinion.
Land of the Prom and Home of the High School Musical with its ever-growing list of First World issues.
Krish Wongto, 1 hour agoLMFAO..queue in the Apple-obsessed Fandroids in..3..2..1Google looks bad on all Android users because no one is using their messaging app.
LMFAO..queue in the Apple-obsessed Fandroids in..3..2..1
Apple says no, lol. And they can still play with the colors in their messaging app and make the RCS bubbles purple for example and keep the iMessage bubbles blue.