SMS for iChat integrates Android Texts with macOS via the iMessage (iChat) app.
Download the app, and create an account. You can then use your account on iMessage (iChat) app to send & receive text messages via your Android phone.
★ No need to install another app on your Mac.
★ Sync your Android contacts with the iMessage app.
★ Take advantage of the native iMessage app (previously iChat) notifications.
★ No need to rely on browser extensions. Use iMessage (iChat) app on your Mac to send & receive text messages through your Android phone #.
★ Best alternative to other SMS syncing apps since SMS for iChat works natively with your Mac via the iMessage app.
★ SMS for iChat is a premium product, designed specifically for Android & Mac users.
* SMS for iChat is NOT an iMessage client and it won't allow you to exchange messages with other iMessage users. iMessage is a proprietary protocol developed by Apple, Inc. and is not open for 3rd party developers.
* SMS for iChat only integrates with iMessage app on your Mac.
* SMS for iChat is not an "iMessage for Android" app. You'll need a Mac computer to integrate your Android texts with iMessage app.
How does it work?
SMS for iChat securely routes your text messages between your Mac and your Android phone. Once you download the app, you will create an account. You can then add your account onto the iMessage app using the step by step instructions provided in the app.
SMS for iChat securely stores all your text messages up to 3 days to make offline delivery possible. Your messages are stored encrypted and automatically removed after 3 days. Your SMS data is not shared in any way with other 3rd parties.
SMS for iChat will allow you to send & receive up to 5 messages per day, for free. You will need to upgrade to PRO version in order to unlock unlimited text messaging.
All product and company names used are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Use of them does not imply any affiliation with or endorsement by them. SMS for iChat is developed by MDRS, LLC and is not in any way affiliated with Apple, Inc.