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Tech News Google uses a Drake song to argue against green bubbles in iMessage


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Credit: Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority
  • Google is once again campaigning against green bubbles in iMessage.
  • The Android Twitter account used a Drake song called Texts Go Green to criticize Apple.

Google is no stranger to criticizing the green bubble phenomenon in iMessage, having done so earlier this year. The phenomenon refers to iMessage color-coding messages as blue if sent to Apple devices and green if sent to a blocked number or Android phone. These messages are also sent to Android users via the older SMS standard.

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