Beeper funnels all of your favorite messaging services – including Google Messages and iMessage – into one place, allowing you to communicate with anyone and mediate notifications from different apps. This guide will show you how to add iMessage and Google Messages to Beeper.
The Beeper app has quickly become one of our favorite apps on Android and iOS. It started its days out in 2021 and has slowly grown in private beta ever since. The most recent addition to its arsenal of supported apps is Google Messages RCS, which allows you to pull in your Google Account and use Messages and many of its RCS features right from within Beeper.
That, in combination with its support for iMessage, has opened up a new interest, as you can have both Apple’s proprietary iMessage platform and Google’s RCS service in one place. Normally, this wouldn’t be possible, as each platform is restricted to its respective OS. With Beeper, that’s completely changed.
Why would I want iMessage on Android or vice versa?
In my personal circumstance, I use Apple products alongside my Android devices. An iPad Pro and Macbook both allow me to use iMessage with other Apple users. On the flip side, I also use Google Messages to send SMS/RCS messages to others from my Pixel 7 Pro.
Neither device can handle the competing platform’s messaging protocol. With Beeper, I can log in to both Google Messages and iMessage and communicate with both sets of users, laying the groundwork for a device-agnostic messaging platform. Plus, I can use other services like Telegram, WhatsApp, and Discord – icing on the proverbial cake.
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