The Beeper app makes it possible to manage all your chats from one app. You can store up to 15 different chat services in it and you get more media options at your disposal. In this article you can read what you need to know about Beeper!
Beeper: all your chats in one app
Chances are that you use multiple chat services, such as WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, iMessage, Signal and Telegram. While it’s not a huge problem to use separate apps for this on your iPhone, it would still be quite handy to manage all those chats in one app. Beeper will take care of this.
You will find all your chats in the inbox of the Beeper app and you can also search directly in all your chats with one search. Writing a message and then scheduling it to be sent at a specific time via the chat service of your choice is also possible. Unfortunately, you can currently only register for Beeper, after which you will be placed on a waiting list.
Rich Communication Services (RCS) on your iPhone
Beeper uses Rich Communication Services (RCS), an extended form of SMS that is not yet supported on iPhones. iMessage offers more or less the same functions as RCS, but it is not cross-platform compatible with Android phones. The new Beeper update will change that. It will also be possible to send emojis, regardless of whether the sender and recipient are on iOS or Android.
Do you want to try out Beeper as soon as possible? Download the app now and sign up. You will then be placed on the waiting list and will automatically receive a message when it is your turn!
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