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Google roasts Apple to use RCS iMessage similar to Android



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Google is trying to convince that Apple should adopt the RCS (Rich Communication Service) in the iMessage, the default Apple message app. Till now, it seems like Apple wasn’t paying attention to it but with a recent roast from Google, the iPhone maker might get this RCS message a bit clearer than ever.

According to the source, Google used a song from famous rapper Drake, titled “Text Go Green”. This Google roast of Apple is coming directly from Android’s Twitter account and reigns for 38 seconds in total. Meanwhile, the amazing lyrics are performed by Google’s text-to-speech recognition system (female voice) with only white text and black background. Check the embedded video and text below.

Don’t worry there’s a clear transcript of the Google diss track for Apple RCS mentioned below, check it out and try to think what Google is implying to do with this new song.

The Android team thinks Drake’s new song “Texts Go Green” is a real banger. It refers to the phenomenon when an iPhone user gets blocked. Or tries to text someone who doesn’t have an iPhone. Either way, it’s pretty rough. If only some super talented engineering team at Apple would fix this. Because this is a problem only Apple can fix. They have to adopt RCS, actually. It would make texting more secure too. Just sayin’. Great track tho.

Google apple RCS


Android RCS client provided by Google is based on the universal profile and enables consumers to access RCS services on their devices. Features such as group chat, high-res photo sharing, read receipts, and more, will now become part of the operator messaging experience to enhance the experience of over 4 billion SMS users worldwide and it’s continuously growing around among smartphone users.

(VIA – 9to5google)

Amy is our firmware and software specialist, she keeps her eagle eyes open for new software rollouts, beta programs, and other software related activities as well as new smartphone launch.