The notion of blue bubbles versus green bubbles can be either confusing or frustrating, depending on where you live. In the US, where iPhones dominate the market and iMessage is extremely popular, this issue is well-known. Apple’s exclusive messaging platform has caused some drama, but Nothing, a London-based electronics company, has developed Nothing Chats in partnership with Sunbird. This new messaging service is compatible with iMessage chats and aims to bridge the gap between Apple’s platform and others. The base level of Nothing Chats lacks features such as read receipts and message reactions, but the company plans to add these in the future. Currently, the service is only accessible with the Nothing Phone 2. Nothing Chats will be available for download from the Play Store on November 17 in the US, UK, and EU. This localized issue may soon see other manufacturers joining in to break through social barriers.
- December 2, 2023
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