So, what is Nothing?
Nothing has introduced Nothing Chats, a collaborative application with Sunbird that enables users to exchange messages through the utilization of Apple’s blue bubbles.
App users in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the European Union will soon have access to the solution hailed as iMessage for Android users.
Users of the Phone operating system in one of the authorized countries may obtain the Nothing Chats messaging application via the Google Play Store.
Create a new account or sign in with your existing Apple ID username to begin sending and receiving blue bubbles.
The company claims that end-to-end encryption ensures the security of messages sent through the application.
Sunbird’s platform serves as the foundation for Nothing Chats, and all conversations are end-to-end encrypted; therefore, neither Sunbird nor ourselves have access to the information you exchange.
Furthermore, there is no indication that Nothing stores messages on its servers. I do not trust having to log into an Apple account from another device. If you want the blue bubbles, get an iPhone.
I forgot to mention that 87% of teens in the United States are iPhone users. This is staggering and it increases annually.
Sunbird provides a mechanism for transmitting messages between users without retaining them at any stage of their journey; it does not provide any external power.
Messages are only active on your device and are not stored on Sunbird’s servers; once delivered, a message can only be recovered locally from your device.
At present, the application provides support for an extensive array of iMessage functionalities, encompassing voice notes, group conversations, live typing indicators, and medium sharing in full resolution.
Read receipts and message replies and reactions are among the forthcoming features.