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i think it is great that it is integrated. I had a bb, and loved bbm, but only some of my friends were on it. Was a pain going between the 2 different apps.
I think it is a very nice feature, but nothing amazing. Maybe once all my friends are on it I can get rid of my txt plan but until then it is pay per use or unlimited. I still have too many text to pay per use, so imessage does not affect my cost.
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- 10-16-2011, 09:29 AM #111iMore Nanite
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How do I send an iMessage to my iPad from my iPhone? it works from my iPhone to my iPad, It is 3G IPad but sim is dormant, but is hooked up my wifi at home.
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- 10-16-2011, 12:42 PM #115iMore Newbie
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Why iMessenger for iPhone's?
I completely agree with the idea to integrate a messaging system to iOS for iPad 3G and wifi only devices, but when you get an iPhone with a phone number what is there a need to get another type of messaging system? I suppose you could message each other if you have an iPhone and your friend has a iPod Touch. In the end I think iMessage will be turned off or not used by many iPhone users.
- 10-16-2011, 12:56 PM #116
Some people like being able to NOT have to give out their phone number right away yet have a form of communication with the guy/girl they just met..
It's a little more secure that way, and after a while if you decide THAN you can exchange actual numbers.
BBM really has it right. Is a sea of garbage that is the BB world it is truly it's only island.
And imessage is nowhere in the same league yet. imho.
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- 10-17-2011, 09:10 AM #120iPhone Nanite
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My bigest issue with it is that since it uses the data plan, if I am in an area that has a dense user population of data it is slow to respond. SMS, not using data per se responds much quicker. My smaller problem, is that even though I have it, about half of the people I text don't so I still have to have an unlimited text plan.
- 10-17-2011, 11:22 AM #124
I've noticed some of my iMessages fail to deliver so I have to resend them. Kinda of annoying when I send one and need a response back from that person only to check the app after some time and notice it was never even sent. But it's cool nonetheless.
- 10-17-2011, 11:26 AM #125