Google tries to send Apple  Drake’s Texts Go Green

an RCS message with

Since the Start of the Year

Google has tried to publicly pressure Apple into adopting the GSMA’s RCS messaging protocol.

The Search Giant’s Campaign Has

Involved everything from not-so-subtle jabs at I/O 2022 to long Twitter threads from the head of Android.

In a tweet spotted by 9to5Google

The Android Twitter account shared an “unofficial lyric explainer video” for “Texts Go Green,” By Drake

Both the Title and Chorus Of

“Texts Go Green” refer to what happens when an iPhone user blocks someone from contacting them through iMessage.

The Service Defaults to SMS And

The blacklisted individual will lose all the benefits of iMessage, including read receipts if the other person had them enabled previously.

Calling the Song “A Real Banger,”

Google says the “phenomenon” of green text bubbles is “pretty rough” for both non-iPhone users and anyone who gets blocked.

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