No more blue balloons on Android: Apple blocks Beeper Mini

Mini Beeper

The happiness for Android users with blue balloons on their phones is short-lived. Apple has blocked Beeper Mini from accessing iMessage. Therefore, the app no ‚Äč‚Äčlonger works on phones running Google OS.

The war over blue balloons continues, and Apple remains steadfast in its intentions for the feature to remain exclusive to iPhone users. The final step is blocking Beeper Mini. An app that allows Android users to have their phone appear to iPhone users as if they had iMessage.That is, there is a blue balloon in the message. The joy for users of phones other than iPhones looking for blue balloons in messaging applications was short-lived. And the war continues, with Apple winning the latest battle.

At Apple, we build our products and services with industry-leading privacy and security technologies designed to put users in control of their data and keep their personal information safe. We work to protect our users by blocking techniques that leverage fake identities to gain access to iMessage. These techniques pose a significant risk to user security and privacy. Including the opportunity to share metadata information. and the possibility of unsolicited messages, spam, and phishing attacks. We will continue to make updates in the future to protect our users.

in Cupertino They continue to use messaging system security as an excuse to prevent other applications and operating systems from accessing iMessage, and despite the fact that Beeper ensures that privacy and system security are not compromised. Because your application is used Therefore it cannot be used on Android at this time.

We stand behind what we created. Beeper Mini keeps your messages private and increases security compared to unencrypted SMS. To anyone who claims otherwise. We are happy to provide all of our source code to agreed third parties to evaluate the security of our applications.

What might seem like a pointless war here? In the US, it’s a battle to get the coveted blue balloons on Android phones. For now, Apple is still winning, but We have to wait and see what the court will decide.This is because Google itself wants to regulate Apple and has taken the matter to regulators who will have the final say. At the moment it appears they are not in the decision-making process siding with Google, although no clear decision has been made publicly.


Leave a Comment