Android users will soon be able to add files Emoji in response to SMS received from iPhone. This feature was recently announced by Google along with other improvements to its messaging app which will be rolled out gradually over the coming weeks.
However, since the iOS Messages app does not support RCS Protocol (rich communication services), these emoji reactions will appear as annoying text messages in response, like something along the lines of “The guy with a heart reacts to ‘Let’s go to the movies tonight'”.
Jan Jedrzegovicthe head of the Google Messages app, said that Now it will be up to Apple Decide whether or not to analyze these texts, officially named tabbackto convert them to the correct emoji to attach to the appropriate message received on the iPhone, like what they did at the beginning of the year for iMessage emoji reactions received on Android.
This new app looks like another attempt at Encourage Apple To support RCS messages on iPhone. At the very least, it will eliminate text messages that will soon be received as a description of Emoji reactions sent from Android to iPhone. We don’t know if that will happen, as Tim Cook, just last month, rejected this feature because in his opinion it wouldn’t be in great demand by iPhone users.
RCS Standard Adoption – It is a mobile protocol that aims to replace SMS by enriching it with features such as the ability to send multimedia items, HD photos and videos, voice messages, the ability to send large files, take advantage of encryption features, offer group chats, chat bots, QR codes and more – It started in July last year and at that time it was already noticed how Apple was The only one who doesn’t support itwith benefits that iPhone users will not be able to get.
There was a time when Apple seemed interested, but Nothing has changed since then Although Google, whether through nice invitations or through less sensitive data, has tried to push Apple to join the rest of the world. And according to an Adobe study, those who use emojis like them more.