Google Messages with support for reactions sent from the iPhone

In iMessage, in response to a given message, you can send an emoticon, which will be automatically pinned to a given text. This works for both conversations with someone who has Apple hardware and via SMS.

In the case of people who use Android devices, they receive a text message that the person has sent a reaction to the selected message. The situation will change soon, because in the Google Messages app, emoticons have started to appear in place of text descriptions. In addition, when you click on such an emoticon, the information that it has been translated from the iPhone and sent by the owner of such equipment is displayed.

For now, it is not known on what devices this change will be introduced. It probably mainly concerns Google smartphones.

Source: MacRumors


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