Apple’s iMessage chat client is widely popular world over, but the fact that it’s limited only to Macs and iOS devices is kind of a hindrance. But a developer has decided to change that by rolling out an unofficial iMessage app to the Google Play Store. But while the app appears to be attractive at first glance, it could prove to be malicious. Numerous tweets from iOS developers have confirmed that the app might store the user’s Apple ID and password. So it is advised to change your password immediately even if you tried it out of sheer curiosity.
However, the app can still send and deliver messages to users without much fuss, so it does what it says. But given the fact that your Apple account could be at risk and also considering that the app might install random apks on your smartphone without your permission, it is not a very good idea to download the app. The app is available as a free download in the Google Play Store and is by a developer called Daniel Zweigart. Check out the video below to learn more about the app.
Source: Google Play Store
Via: Cult of Android