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Why Apple Gives Android Users Green Bubbles in iMessage

[2019-06-08 15:00:14]

The dreaded green bubble! But what does it really mean? Up until iOS 5, Apple only used a text messaging technology known as Short Message Service (SMS). SMS has been the standard protocol for text messaging since 1992 and the purpose of SMS was to use cellular signals to send point to point messages made ......

Why Apple Gives Android Users Green Bubbles in iMessage


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