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Google Asks Apple to Add RCS Support for Improved Messaging Experience
Google has addressed Apple to add support for RCS messaging for a better messaging experience for platform users. The company is urging Apple to join the RCS network, as the latter’s messages on iPhone currently lack modern features such as read receipts or typing indicators indicating whether the other party is typing or not. Moreover, the messages sent from an iPhone to an Android device are stripped of features, displaying only basic text and multimedia content.
Currently, Google offers one of the most advanced messaging platforms, enabling messaging features such as business messaging, verified SMS, and end-to-end encryption. It’s also working on a feature that would enable users to schedule messages in advance. While Apple offers features like iMessage, they are limited to within the Apple ecosystem and fail to work on non-Apple devices.
Google’s push for RCS integration aims to bring all features to both Android and iPhone users, improving the messaging experience for everyone. The company hopes to create a better messaging experience on all platforms and streamline the messaging process for everyone.
With Google’s efforts towards enabling more features for messaging on all platforms, the future of online messaging looks promising, with an overall enhanced messaging experience.
1. Google asks Apple to support RCS messaging for better messaging experience.
2. Apple’s messages lack features such as read receipts or typing indicators on iPhone.
3. Messages from iPhone to Android device are stripped of features.
4. Google offers one of the most advanced messaging platforms, including business messaging and verified SMS.
5. Apple’s messaging features like iMessage are limited to within Apple ecosystem.
6. Google aims to bring all features to both Android and iPhone users for smooth messaging.
7. Google’s efforts towards enabling more features for messaging on all platforms promise an overall enhanced messaging experience.