Source: Joe Maring / Android Central
In a perfect world, everyone’s phones would work seamlessly with each other. They’d all use the same services and apps for blissful communication and sharing regardless of manufacturer. Unfortunately, that’s not the world we actually live in.
We have to deal with the feud Android and iOS, of iMessage and WhatsApp and various messaging apps, social networks, and photo-sharing services keeping people siloed into closed-off ecosystems. While it’ll always be easier to share between two iPhones or two Galaxys, we’re offering some tips on how to make cross-platform communication a little simpler and more reliable.
We’ll start with the basics and move on from there. The trick is communication: if you have friends or family members with iPhones, talk to them beforehand about what services you use, and which ones you’d like them to use to communicate with…