Apple Business Chat has the enterprise talking about iMessage Apps

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Ten years ago, Steve Jobs announced the App Store. While its first titles were mostly games and novelties, soon major businesses began to recognize the power of mobile apps, shifting major investment from desktop PCs and web apps into iOS. This year, Apple is inciting new enterprise investment in iMessage Apps with Apple Business Chat–billed as an interactive, personal way to connect with customers while respecting their privacy.
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macOS 10.13.4 lands with eGPU support and business chat in iMessage

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Mac owners can finally use an external GPU to boost their computing power now that Apple has released macOS 10.13.4 to the public. The software update has been in beta testing with developers for months and is now available to everyone for the first time. macOS 10.13.4 brings a number of improvements to the Mac, […]

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Hands-on with Business Chat for iMessage in iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4

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Included in iOS 11.3 and macOS 10.13.4 is a new way to communicate with companies called Business Chat. Available in the United States as a beta to start, Business Chat lets you conveniently use iMessage for customer service and even complete transactions with Apple Pay. Check out our hands-on to see how it works.

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How To Use iMessage Business Chat In iOS 11.3 Or Later

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Here’s how to go about using iMessage Business Chat feature in iOS 11.3 or later on your iPhone, iPad (or even Mac running macOS 10.13.4).

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iCloud or iMessage? AirDrop or email? Chart maps best ways to share iPhone photography

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Sharing photos and videos that you shoot on your iPhone isn’t always totally straightforward. There are lots of common edge cases when formatting and quality just isn’t preserved, and it can be difficult to master what works and where without lots of experience. That’s why Johann Werk put together a thorough flow chart that walks you through how each method works.

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9 Nifty iMessage Features You Aren’t Using (But Should Be)

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Messaging on iPhone is great, especially when it’s between two Apple devices. iMessage is Apple’s messaging platform that works across your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple Watch, and Mac. This quick guide will help you get the most out of iMessage. Here you’ll learn a few new things or refresh your memory regarding fun features you’re […]
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10 useful iMessage apps for busy people

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While I think it’s true to say iMessage apps are a promise that’s still waiting to be kept, I’ve little doubt we’ll see these lightweight apps become more important — and more ambient — in the future

What are iMessage apps, and how do I use them?

iMessage apps are available from the App Store for Messages.

You find the store and access those apps you have already installed by tapping the App Drawer icon left of the text entry window in an active iMessage. Tap the App Store to find new apps. Apple includes a few default apps — Recents, Music, Digital Touch, GIF images, and Apple Pay (where available).

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Google app for iOS gaining iMessage extension, iPad drag and drop, and more

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Heads up, Apple users, because Google is rolling out a few new features to the Google app for iOS.

A new iMessage extension will enable you to easily share content with your friend. Simply bring up the Google app in iMessage and you can search for GIFs, restaurants, videos, and more. You can then share those cards and GIFs that you find with your iMessage friend.

Google is also making it easier for you to learn more on a particular topic. When you share a webpage with Google from a browser, including Safari, Google will show you recommendations for related content. For example, if you share a fish recipe with Google, you might see suggestions on good sauces for fish or how to prevent fish from sticking to your grill.

Finally, the Google app is gaining support for drag and drop on iPad. When you’re reading content in the Google app, you can easily tap and hold to pick up the link and share it in iMessages or save it in Notes.

These features are rolling out with the latest version of the Google app for iOS. Google notes that its iMessage extension is only available in the U.S. right now, but that support for more lanaguages and locations will be added soon.

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Google search results now available in Apple’s iMessage app drawer

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Google today launched a new version of its iOS app and added iMessage support to share links from Google search results without leaving the default messaging app for iPhones and iPads, representing Google’s latest effort to extend its family of apps into the iOS operating system. The Google iMessage app can share things like GIFs and all manner of information. After you type your search into the Google iMessage app, it can send particular links found in a search or cards such as a business listing, video, map, or definition of a word or phrase.

Support for Google app searches of related content when using Safari and the ability to drag and drop content to and from the Google app on an iPad were also added today.

Since launch and the app store revamp last year, the rankings in top paid and top free categories of the iMessage App Store have stayed virtually unchanged, with top paid defined by lots of stickers and top free populated by GIF apps and games like GamePigeon and GIFs Against Friends.

Talk of RCS for Android Messages and a messaging service to compete with Apple’s Business Chat have captured some attention in recent weeks, but Google’s also been busy on Apple’s iMessage.

Since last fall, Google has been responsible for some of the biggest app drawer extension releases in recent memory for Apple’s platform, including Google Photos in December to look through your pictures and YouTube to share videos in October. Google Maps support for location and direction sharing was added last spring.

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Google makes it easier to search from the comforts of iMessage

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GBoard is great for accessing Google without leaving iMessage, but, unless you're already using it as your default keyboard, switching back and forth is clunky. That should change with today's update for the Google app on iOS. Now the Google app is a…
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