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Once again, Google has challenged Apple in the SMS standoff

Once again, Google has challenged Apple in the SMS standoff

SMS was 30 years old, Google celebrated with new functionality, and then again criticized Apple for not adopting the RCS standard and for making the messaging experience worse.

SMS recently turned 30 years old, and Google did to be celebrated And the Messages app on Android will soon be updated with end-to-end encryption for group chats as well. For one-on-one conversations, this has been available for years. At the same time, they revealed that the Messages app will soon allow us to reply to RCS messages with any emoji (like a messaging app).

SMS, RCS, AppleSource: Google

They also pointed to Apple once again, not wanting to adopt the RCS standard instead of SMS, which all major mobile service providers and manufacturers have now switched to. Thus, according to Google, if someone writes a text message from an iPhone to an Android mobile phone, the experience level is still stuck in the 90s.

Google has long been campaigning for Apple to adopt the RCS standard, but Apple is not interested in this, in fact, Tim Cook has repeatedly stated that anyone who is annoyed about it should buy an iPhone (and use iMessage), prefers porting android to iPhone. So the green and blue bubbles don’t disappear…

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