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Wednesday, 27 September 2017

5 reasons why iMessage will appeal to you more than WhatsApp

We all know that WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging application on the market . We know that everyone uses WhatsApp. But after the launch of iOS 10 and iOS 11, Apple's iMessage platform has been strengthened by gaining features that compel it to compete with the best messaging apps.

Thanks to the launch of iOS 11 , the Apple Messaging app has gotten a number of really useful features like Siri suggestions, augmented reality apps, a redesign of your App Store, mobile payments and more.

In this article we will tell you some of the reasons why iMessage might like you better than the queen messenger application, WhatsApp. Shall we begin?

1. Applications take up less space 

It is one of the most significant changes. Instead of having a section of dozens of applications occupying half screen in the iMessage user interface, now with iOS 11 only occupy a small bar at the bottom.

2. Apple Pay P2P payments between users 

The apple bite company has included mobile payments between people in the iMessage application through Apple Pay . Now you can send money to your friends just like you do in the rest of the App Store applications without having to leave iMessage.

3. Animojis 

Another of the most interesting novelties that will make you love iMessage are Animojis. They are animated emojis that make use of the 3D sensors and the technology of facial recognition to emulate the expressions of your face. They even reproduce the audio you send.

4. Stickers 

Another thing you can do with iMessage and you can not do with WhatsApp is to send Stickers anywhere in the conversation . You can attach the Stickers in a video, in a photograph, in a message ... You can also change their size, position, orientation ...

5. Chat Effects 

iMessage also offers its users the ability to send animated effects . Some effects occupy the entire screen, and others make your message move, vibrate or even invisible.

Via | Venture Beat 

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