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iMessage on Windows, Android? There’s an iOS jailbreak app for that

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Feb
2014

iOS users who want to have access to their iMessages on devices that aren’t supported by Apple including Windows computers and Android smartphones can now do so with the help of a simple iOS app, Addictive Tips reveals — but the application requires an iOS jailbreak, of course. Remote Messages is the $3.99 Cydia app that can bring iMessages to non-Apple devices, and the app has been “finally” updated to support iOS 7. What Remote Messages does is let Windows and Android users send and receive iMessages by entering a certain IP and port into a web browser on those devices, thus connecting them to their iOS device, which acts as a host. The browser is then transformed into a

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