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Google Messages Will Show iMessage Reactions As Emoji

Google Messages will turn Apple iMessage reactions into emojis and present them to users. The latest update to the Google Messages application will make a feature that Android users have been waiting for a long time available. Reactions sent using Apple iMessage will appear correctly to users.

According to the news made by 9to5 Google , the Google Messages application will turn the reactions sent via Apple iMessage into emoji and present it to users. Before this step was taken, the response to a message appeared to be pure text and the messages part was becoming overly complex.

iMessage Responses Will Now Look More Accurate on Android

Google Messages actually received support for the reactions used in the iMessage app in 2020 . However, this support was limited to Android-to-Android messages only. For example, reactions from Apple's iMessage app did not appear as emoticons. Instead, the emoticon used was displayed as a text message.

Reactions to the message were constantly appearing as text, which meant that the conversations were dirty in a short time. For this reason, each response was disturbing the users with individual notifications. As a solution to this, Google decided to update the Google Messages app.
When Android users using the Google Messages app receive a reaction from an Apple user using the iMessage app, this reaction will appear as an emoji to the Android user. This will put an end to the confusion in chats.

Converting Reactions to Emoji is still in beta

This feature, which Google planned for Google Messages, appeared in the 10.7 beta version of the application . The update in beta shows that Google is working on an option to properly present iMessage responses. The feature has reached everyone using the beta version of the Google Messages app.
Although the implementation of iMessage reactions will please Google Messages users, it is necessary to understand the difficulties in the background. This complex structure will continue as long as Apple does not use RCS technology in the iMessage application .
The fact that Apple has its own ecosystem is seen as the biggest obstacle to making everything much easier. Google has not activated the iMessage reactions feature, which it activated in the beta version, for everyone. Standard users have to wait for the stable version of the application to access this feature.

What is Google Messages?

Google Messages , formerly known as Android Messages , is an application developed by Google for the Android operating system. This application also has a web interface. First released in 2014, the app now has over 1 billion downloads.

The Google Messages app stands out with its minimal and intuitive design. It has made sharing features on the device as easy as possible. With the search function within the application, you can access many things, including messaging history, shared photos, videos, locations and links.

What is Apple iMessage?

Apple iMessage is an instant messaging service developed by Apple. It was first released in 2011 and works in sync with Apple's macOS, iOS, iPadOS and watchOS operating systems. Key features of this app include sending text messages, images, videos and documents.
The Apple iMessage application has an application support function within itself. With this function, you can take advantage of some features of other applications while messaging with others. In order to use the feature in question, you need to log in to the App Store with an Apple ID .
By starting to fully support Apple iMessage reactions, Google Messages will solve a big problem for users. Of course, it's not right to expect everything to look like it does in the iMessage app. Because Google will show iMessage reactions to users as emojis.

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