Let's get straight to the point: You can now get iMessages on your Android device! Thanks to a clever 16-year-old developer, you can send and receive iMessages on both the iOS and Android platforms. To do this, the WeMessage messaging app uses your Mac as a proxy and allows you to send messages directly to your phone through Apple's messaging servers.
Over the years there have been similar apps that attempted to solve the problem of Android connection users with their iPhone sports buddies on various hacks and exploits, but most, if not all, were eventually shut down due to violation of Apple's terms of service. The technology behind WeMessage does not contradict Apple's current guidelines, but there's a little catch associated with the trick ̵
1; you need a Mac to use it.
To get iMessages on your Android device, I need a Mac that's constantly connected to your phone. So do that.
Setting up WeMessage on your computer
Let's start with the computer side of things. First, make sure you have Java installed on your MacOS. You probably already have Java, but if not, you can download it for free from the Oracle website. After installation, you must allow Terminal to make changes to your computer. Terminal is the command-line utility that comes preinstalled on your Mac by default, so rest assured we're not doing anything weird. We'll just give the utility a little more access.
Select System Settings and the Security and Privacy tab. Next, click Privacy select Accessibility and click the lock icon in the lower left corner of the window where you can make changes to your settings. Then enter your password, click on the token and add the terminal located in Applications in Utilities .