Google is wrong. Apple’s iMessage is actually a failure

The Green Bubble Kerfuffle misses the point.

A bit more than 10 years after its introduction, iMessage is suddenly a part of the conversation again. A dubious report in the Wall Street Journal implied that the secret to the iPhone's success with young people is all about peer pressure, with Android-using teens being cast out of social circles owing to their status as non-iMessage green bubbles in group chats.

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Jason Snell

Jason Snell

Macworld.com
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