Apparently there is no group messaging? Or at least if you are a part of a group message of iPhone users but on Android, you are excluded from the group message? Is there a fix for this? I don't group message often, but it's sort of annoying really!
Of you're on AT&T, you can try AT&T Messages.Apparently there is no group messaging? Or at least if you are a part of a group message of iPhone users but on Android, you are excluded from the group message? Is there a fix for this? I don't group message often, but it's sort of annoying really!
Oddly enough, I hopped on my Mac to continue the group message, and one of the iPhone users didn't have iMessage enabled. Hilarious!It all depends on the app. Some stock Android messaging apps to a particular manufacture will not group message. For example I have a friend with a Motorola Droid of some sort and the stock messaging app groups fine. Whereas I have a friend with a Samsung S2 and the stock messaging app won't group.
You can download an app like go SMS pro (and in settings turn on group messaging) and it should group like it does on an iPhone. No one else is required to use that messaging app as it replaces the stock app.
There are other apps you may prefer so just try some out.
And I know you didn't ask but regardless of app you use it will not use Apples proprietary iMessage service. So its mildly annoying to be the only Android user in a group of iPhone users. I'm in a constant group of 6 friends and one is an Android user so none of us can iMessage.
Are you on Jellybean? Group messaging was integrated with JB and I have no trouble group texting (and receiving) my friends with an iPhone.
Alternatively, you can use Facebook Messenger to group your texts for you (and also integrated FB chat). I switched my native message app to FB Messenger as I really liked the Chat Heads notifications.