New Android update helps you communicate better with iPhone users

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If you’re an Android user, then you’ve probably experienced an issue when communicating with iPhone owners using iMessage – namely that emoji reactions sent from iPhones would be translated into text and delivered as a separate message.

No longer though, as Google’s March Android feature drop includes updates for the Messages app, one of which is the ability to view emoji reactions properly.

Other updates include messages being automatically sorted into ‘personal’ and ‘business’ categories, in-app birthday reminders, and nudges that remind you to reply or follow up on messages.

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