Use iMessage Instead of SMS on iOS 5

Much to the delight of end users new iOS 5 has been released by Apple. Apart from better user interface options, Twitter integration and notification overhauling its highlighting feature is iMessage. The functionality will allow iOS users in sending free text messages to other iOS 5 users without any additional cost. The new feature poses direct threat to SMS functionality from the telecom service providers. The feature has been so well integrated with the native functionality that can mesmerize the initial users. The telecom service providers have been making merry with SMS rates from quite some time and the functionality from Apple will hit their bottom lines negatively.

The feature can be best leveraged on iPhone and iPad devices. Though, iPod Touch users can also upgrade their iOS to iOS 5 in order to gain from the supreme possibilities of iMessage feature on the move without any hassles at all.

iMessage as a feature is easy to use and simple to comprehend too. Similar to an SMS utility, same number of characters can be packed in the messages fired from iMessage. One should look to gain more from the free feature than the standard SMS feature which is a chargeable solution from the service providers.

The comprehensive documentation on iMessage functionality can be leveraged by the end users from the official site. The service can be used anytime and from anywhere requiring active internet connection at all times. The end users should look to channelize investments in a seamless manner with cutting edge services. It will be interesting to note the stand of telecom service providers in the due course to counter iMessage service in a seamless manner. Get going and look to make most out of these solutions in a professional manner. iMessage is here to torment SMS services in near term.

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