Apple is very active in terms of its device security, so its users can enjoy its products without worrying about data theft or privacy breaches. To maintain security, the company has limited its functions to only its products; therefore, users are not able to connect with each other if they are using cross-platform devices like the iPhone or iPad with other Android devices. But some applications like Beeper are available, which will work as a bridge for iMassages support.
The Beeper mini application claims to be a standalone Android app that allows users to communicate with iPhone users with the iMessage. However, it is not the first time, while the same claims have been made by Nothing with its Nothing chat app, which uses Sunbird servers to communicate with iMessage.
Going into some technical details, the Beeper team is not using the same techniques as Nothing, but they have solved the problem of making the service identity similar to the Apple software, which makes it connect to the Apple server. In this way, they make it possible to register the phone number directly in the iMessage.
Beeper Mini new features:
- Your Android phone number is now a blue bubble.
- Beautiful new design, blazing fast speed.
- Full end-to-end encryption.
- It’s a standalone Android app – no server, laptop, Mac or iPhone required.
If you want to use the service, then you just have to download the Beeper application from the Galaxy Play Store. However, to take advantage of the services, you have to pay $1.99 per month. It comes with a simple interface and supports all the basic components of messaging, including audio messages, images, videos, files, contacts, and location.
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