Some would argue that messaging on your device is the most important feature. It allows you to immediately express a thought, set up a meeting, or even just to send a quick smiley face to a friend. Anyone with a smartphone uses messaging on a daily basis, so today we’re going to show you 7 ways to enhance your messaging experience.
Yesterday, evad3rs team member pod2g, aka Cyril Cattiaux, gave a presentation on how Apple, if it wanted to, could intercept the iMessages you send to your friends or family. Apple today refuted pod2g’s claims, saying that the “theoretical” flaws described in his presentation would require a complete re-engineering of the iMessage system.
In wake of NSAâ€™s data-snooping Prism revelations, Apple said that iMessages are protected byÂ end-to-end encryption, and even if they wanted to, they canâ€™t decrypt them.
In wake of NSA’s data-snooping Prism revelations, Apple said that iMessages are protected byÂ end-to-end encryption, and even if they wanted to, they canâ€™t decrypt them. But this claim has been challenged by Cyril Cattiaux akaÂ pod2G, who is a member of the evad3rs teamÂ that is currently working on an iOS 7 jailbreak.Â He says that someone inside Apple can intercept iMessages since the company controls the public key distribution that powers the end-to-end encryption.
If you’re a regular iMessage user, you know that the Messages app shows an indicator if the person on the other end is currently typing. If you’re like me, you probably eagerly wait for the person to finish typing so that you can read the message right away.
Having problems sending iMessages in iOS 7? You are not alone as an increasing number of people are reporting issues with both sending and receiving iMessagesÂ when using Apple’s latest mobile OS. If you are having difficulties with Apple’s iCloud Messaging service, here are a few steps you can take to get Messages back on track.
A new app called iMessage Chat has hit Google’s Play Store that brings iMessage – Apple’s free messaging service to Android devices.
The worrying aspect of the app is that, it is not not just a rip off of Apple’s iMessage service, but it also allows Android users to use iMessage using their Apple ID, which raises serious security concerns.