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Failure to speak: Apple cuts off Beeper Mini messaging app for Android



A brand new messaging app, Beeper Mini, which had allowed customers to run the iMessage app on Android telephones, seems to be now not functioning. The trigger? Apple disabled it, in accordance with numerous reviews and sources, together with feedback on Reddit.

However shouldn’t messaging apps operate like sturdy, open-minded household models, letting you participate in discussions, discovering out when the following household social gathering is, and even supplying you with necessary information on what to purchase an odd nice uncle you haven’t seen for years for his 89th birthday? And it doesn’t matter what kind of particular person you might be (an Apple iPhone member of the family or pal or Android member of the family or pal), shouldn’t you be capable of talk with one another, through these messaging apps? That was the hope, not less than, when the Beeper Mini app launched earlier this week, which offered a safe approach to run the iMessage app on Android telephones, offered that you simply have been keen to pay a subscription payment. (There was a 7-day free trial after which a $1.99/month subscription payment). 



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