iMessage emulator is the software that emulates the IMessages of iOS or even of Android. The basic idea behind the iMessage emulator is to provide an environment where developers can create new messaging applications without having to code directly on their phone devices. This saves time, resources and most importantly money because you don’t have to buy a hundred different phones for testing your application. You can use one computer running something like Bluestacks or Koplayer with their respective iOS/Android emulator installed. The imessage app runs on your computer via this emulated operating system giving you the ability to run real imessage services on it.
Reasons To Use iMessage
Currently, there are two main reasons why someone would want to use an iMessage emulator instead of sending regular SMS or MMS messages. The first reason is that the person only has access to a computer and needs/wants to communicate with their friends who all have iPhones. The second reason is if they are trying to avoid paying for data charges. If either of these reasons apply, then this article will provide step-by-step instructions on how to send iMessages from a Windows computer, starting with preparing the computer to be able to access imessage servers.
The first thing that is required to send iMessages from a Windows computer is an Apple ID. If you do not have one, please create one before continuing (the link for this is provided in the references). After creating the Apple Id it will need to be linked to your phone number so that when you enter your phone number into an iOS device you are able to complete the verification process. Once completed this allows users access to their messages on any device running iOS 4 or higher including Macs and iPads. There are two ways of doing this, either through iCloud on another iOS device, or by sending yourself an email that contains a link that can be clicked on to complete the verification. The later method is recommended since it does not require an internet connection and messages will continue to send and receive while offline. For More Info Go Here https://www.imessageonpc.info/blog/imessage-emulators-for-pc-windows/
Why Would You Want To Use One:
Here are a few reasons why you may want to use one:
- Have all your messages in sync on multiple devices. This is especially useful if you have conversations that continue from computer to phone and vice versa.
- If your iPhone is lost, stolen or broken it can be hard to recover from this mishap without access to those messages. Using a secure password and two step verification will make sure no one else has access to them.
- Allowing someone else access to the secondary device using their own Apple ID will allow them send and receive messages as well!
- Two-step verification of the iCloud account prevents any unauthorized changes made on another iOS device or Mac that might effect iMessages or contacts since they are tied to the Apple ID. This is very useful when people change their phone numbers or start using new email addresses.
- Using two-step verification with iMessage will enable remote wipe on all devices remotely if one of them is lost, stolen or broken! No more looking through the house for your phone in case you left it someplace. Just sign in to iCloud using the website, go to the ‘Find My Phone’ section and you can erase it so no one else can use your data on it!
- You don’t need an iPhone or other iOS device to set up iMessage. Any Apple computer (Mac OS X 10.6 or later) with the latest version of iChat can also send and receive iMessage.
How Does It Work
- Email an SMS text message with the word “start” to your phone number (or another email address if you want to start using a new one).
- iMessage will send you back a 6 digit code. Type this in under ‘verify’. You can set up any of your devices for iMessage now.
- Whenever someone texts or mms’s it will go through as an iMessage! Even when they don’t have iphone! It works on computers, android phones, tablets etc too!
- When someone sends an SMS/Text Message with the words STOP to your number it deletes all numbers off your device so nobody else can use them without entering in their own unique code sent by iMessage.