Introducing syncMessage, a way to send iMessages on Android!

Introducing syncMessage, a way to send iMessages on Android!

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Hello guys, I have just released my first Android App ever! After learning Java and Javascript for about a year I have made an Android Application called « syncMessage », basically what it does is allows Android users to send, and receive Apple iMessages by syncing them from your Mac to the Android Phone and visa versa. I am very excited to finally be able to call myself a developer, and to provide a unique service to Android users so they can iMessage their iPhone Friends! I would love any feedback, or suggestions, I hope i’m not breaking any rules by posting this.

Here is the link to the Android App:[](

And Here is the link to syncMessages website, where you can learn more and download the macOS server:[](

And finally here’s a quick rundown on some of the features syncMessage supports (more info on the website above):

* Sending And Receiving iMessages!
* iMessage Groupchats!
* Dark Mode!
* Read Receipts!
* Customization – Changing the apps accent color, including your and the senders message, over 300+ combinations!
* Create new threads, including creating groupchats!
* Sticker, Gif, Image, And Video Support – This includes stickers sent from iPhones, along with gif/sticker insertion support from the Google Keyboard!
* Notifications – You can even reply from the notification on supported devices!
* Media Viewer – View Media in full screen with our build in Media Viewer!

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4 réflexions au sujet de “Introducing syncMessage, a way to send iMessages on Android!”

  1. Even though I’m not going to use it since I don’t have a Mac, congrats and well done.

    I know a bit of Java and no Javascript, but tell me the following:

    * What’s the possibility of being able to use iMessage on an Android without any Apple/Mac device, just an Apple account? I assume little to none.
    * I’m not sure which country you’re from but do you think Android users having iMessage is a big deal? Where I am from, Australia, we all use Messenger (young crowd) and WhatsApp (older and international crowd). Oh and Snapchat for the kids and teens. Like basically, I think there’s no such thing as « Blue bubble vs. Green bubble » stigma here. Perhaps USA is different and still stuck in that silly mentality haha.
    * How hard is it to learn to develop Android apps? I know C/C++, some Java, but no frontend (JS, Angular, etc)

    Thanks 😀 well done again

  2. Good project to learn from and put on your resume. However, this has been attempted (and even posted on r/android) many times before.

    It doesn’t last. It’s too inconvenient and if it grows apple will shut it down.

    Sorry to sound pessimistic but it’s good to know sooner than later.

  3. Holy crap. I just got a MacBook a month ago and was about to sell my S9+ to get an Iphone just for iMessage across platforms. I’ll definitely give this a shot.

    How long have you been developing in Java? I picked it up in January and I’m working on my portfolio website atm utilizing spring and Hibernate for the back end

  4. Could you set this up on a Mac at home and just use that as a server? Like it doesn’t need to be on the same network right?

    Also, is there a website or app we can use to access messages on or windows machines?

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