Tag: iMessage

How to send and receive iMessages on an Android smartphone.

How To Receive And Send iMessages From An Android Smartphone

The iMessage system is an iOS, macOS and watchOS exclusive instant messaging feature, allowing Apple customers to chat, play, send Animoji and even pay money to their iOS customers, free of charge, with the help of the new Apple Pay Cash feature. Android has failed to replicate a similar service for Samsung, Google Pixel and…




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Trick To Avoid The 3% Apple Pay Cash Fee For Sending Money Via iMessages

Apple Pay Cash has premiered this week in the United States for both iOS and watchOS environments, allowing Apple customers to send person-to-person payments with the help of the iMessage system. The stock Wallet app hosts a new Apple Pay Cash Card, that can store funds received via this new payment system. But before you…




iOS 11 Apple Pay Cash set up screen.

Apple Pay Cash Rolling Out Now In The United States

As anticipated, Apple has started to activate it’s much awaited person-to-person money transfer option within the Messages app. Apple Pay Cash has been announced back in May, during WWDC 2017, but has missed the iOS 11 release, as well as the iOS 11.1 update. It practically also missed the iOS 11.2 release, because the 2nd…






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How To Record And Send Animoji Messages On iPhone X

The TrueDepth camera system, embedded in the front notch of the iPhone X, isn’t used just for Face ID usage. The revolutionary facial mapping system also powers the Animoji feature, which comes as another exclusive characteristic of the iPhone ‘Ten’. As the name suggest, Animojis are animated emojis that come to life to reflect your…




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How To Receive iPhone Messages On All Your Apple Devices

A great feature available within the Apple ecosystem is that you can receive text messages on your iPhone and reply to them from your iPad, Mac or vice versa. This handoff feature can be both useful and annoying, depending on how you prefer to receive notifications. It’s obviously great to be able to read and…