iMessage is an instant messenger service developed by Apple Inc. It has a client application called Messages which is available for iOS 5 and later and OS X Mountain Lion and later.
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    • The Missing Piece of Chat Bot Technology: Consumer Intent

      Facebook recently announced that businesses will be able to send consumers promotional messages through Facebook Messenger. More recently, we’ve seen announcements from Apple and Google announcing new investments in chat platforms such as iMessage and Allo. Why all of the buzz? Because chat technology–and chat bots in particular–present major opportunities for companies to upsell shoppers.

      AllFacebookin Google Facebook Retargeting- 9 readers -
    • Dropbox on iOS Now Lets You Sign PDFs, Share Files in iMessage, More

      Dropbox released the latest update for its iOS application, which includes five new features. First, users can now sign PDF files within Dropbox. Specifically, when viewing a PDF, a user can now tap a button to sign their name in a window, and afterward, they can drag their signature to the proper line on the document.

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    • Fallout Shelter Updated With Theme Workshop, Room Themes

      Bethesda released the latest update for Fallout Shelter on mobile. The update allows users to craft visual themes for their Vault rooms based on the four factions in Fallout 4. Specifically, users can now build the Theme Workshop in their Vaults for 3,200 Caps. Users will be able to find theme recipe fragments on quests, and as they collect the required recipe fragments, the ...

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  • iOS 10 Apps Need Social Components

    … compared with the App Store when it launched in 2008 across the 10 million iPhones that Apple sold that year. Nine years later, we are about to witness the launch of Apple’s next big market. Brands, gaming companies and celebrities are poised to monetize their intellectual property and products inside of the iMessage Store, which allows for sticker…

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  • Up, Periscope: New Features for iOS 10

    … By David Cohen on Sep. 14, 2016 - 3:00 PM Twitter’s Periscope livestreaming application jumped on board the iOS 10 train. Periscope announced in a blog post that its live broadcasts can now be shared via iMessage, along with custom-designed stickers created for iOS 10. And the Periscope iOS app now offers universal support for the iPad…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebookin Twitter- 8 readers -
  • Here’s How to Use Stickers in iMessage on iOS 10

    … Apple released iOS 10, the latest version of its operating system for iOS devices. iOS 10 comes with a number of new features, including access to stickers within iMessage. Here’s a look at how to use stickers in iMessage on iOS 10. To start, users will need to install stickers by going to the new Apple iMessage App Store within the iMessage…

    Inside Facebookin How To's- 11 readers -
  • Spotify Reveals Top 10 Songs of Summer 2016

    … Harris (featuring Rihanna), and Cheap Thrills by Sia in the top three. In terms of the U.S. specifically, Drake took first and second place, with One Dance and Too Good , respectively. Rihanna’s Needed Me came in third in the U.S. As part of this announcement, users can download the TuneMoji application on iOS and access a set of music stickers…

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  • 17 Handy (and Cool) iMessage Tips and Tricks!

    … devoted to iMessages. If you have a friend with an Android, Windows, BlackBerry or other phone that doesn’t use iMessage, you can now send and receive their text messages on your Mac. iMessage can be used on your iPad You don’t even need a phone to send text messages. You can use iMessage on your iPad. Log into your iCloud account and your messages…

    Carolyn Nicander Mohr/ The Wonder of Tech- 13 readers -
  • Inside Facebook’s top stories of 2014: Part I

    … capabilities that we’ve already had. Hell, iMessage is adding stuff. A lot of times, people copy from each other.” 6/5 — Facebook comes clean about organic reach; why don’t you see every story? There is now far more content being made than there is time to absorb it. On average, there are 1,500 stories that could appear in a person’s News Feed each…

    Justin Lafferty/ Inside Facebookin Paid Search Facebook- 6 readers -
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