AirMessage enables support for iMessages on Android devices but the platform requires a Mac computer to be up and running all the time.
This is just because the AirMessage app on Android devices sends outgoing messages to a Mac computer with an AirMessage server which further relays the messages as iMessages.
It is an excellent complicated setup especially for something that’s intended to be an exclusive service for iPhones.
However, tons of Android users use this platform just because they need iMessages support on their devices.
Now, AirMessage has received a replacement update which enables support for Android 11 while the service is additionally available as AirMessage Web.
This means that those on Android 11 powered devices can now use AirMessage with none hassle while those that want to possess the iMessages support on their PCs can use AirMessage Web.
AirMessage is additionally performing on the AirMessage Cloud platform which is currently limited to a couple users who are a part of the first access program.
This is an enormous update for the iMessage enabling platform as its user base is steadily expanding. Also, there are plans for creating AirMessage Server open-source.
In this way, the platform are often highly improved because the ASCII text file are going to be publicly available to everyone. The developer of the AirMessage platform also took to Reddit to announce the main update which brings tons of latest changes including AirMessage Web and Android 11 support.