By James Scout/ Oct 18, 2022

Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook Adopts the Green and Blue Bubbles of Apple's iMessage, Following Google

On Monday, Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, attacked Apple's iMessage, criticizing the lack of compatibility between iPhones and Android devices.

Green and Blue Bubbles 

He shared a picture of a Facebook billboard advertisement making fun of iMessage's restrictions, which make Android messages appear in green bubbles. iPhone texts, on the other hand, show up as blue bubbles.

Green and Blue Bubbles 

Zuckerberg wrote on Instagram on Monday that WhatsApp is "far more private and secure than iMessage, with end-to-end encryption that works across both iPhones and Android, including group chats."

Green and Blue Bubbles 

Some users have long complained about the bad cross-device messaging experience, the low-quality compressed videos, the absence of reading receipts, the difficulties with group texts, and the improper sending of emojis.

Green and Blue Bubbles 

Earlier this year, Google attacked Apple on this subject and dedicated a rare spot under its search bar online.

Green and Blue Bubbles 

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