You know how the old saying goes: Sometimes you can't have it all.
If you own an Android, you know the feeling. It's an awesome phone, but you're deprived of some of Apple iPhone's coolest features, like Find My iPhone, Apple Pay and FaceTime, to name a few.
Don't fret. We've got some good news. Now, you can get one of Apple's most popular apps on your Android smartphone.
We're talking about PieMessage. What is that? Glad you asked. PieMessage is basically iMessage (see what they did there?) for Android users and today, the PieMessage developer, Eric Chee, released the code on GitHub.
Here's how it works. "PieMessage enables cross-platform iMessage support, allowing Android users to communicate using Apple’s iPhone messaging platform, " according to 9to5mac.com.
Check out Chee's video to see how this revolutionary way to communicate will work.
Now, iPhone and Android users don't have to feel so isolated in their communicating. They're different phones with a united front.