Though I enjoy using WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger, Apple's Messages app remains my favorite choice across iDevices. Most of my friends who use Windows crave to use iMessaging. They often ask me, is there a way to use iMessage on Windows PC?
Finally, I have decided to help those friends use iMessage on Windows. If you also wish to take the advantage of this tip, you can join the party. Let's find out!
How to Use iMessage on Windows PC
Step #1. Make sure you have a Mac with iMessage and PC with Windows.
Step #2. Now, download Chrome and Chrome Remote Desktop on both of your computers.
Step #3. Once installed, click on launch app.
Step #4. On Your Mac Download Chrome Remote Desktop Host Installer.
Step #5. Once it downloaded, install the same on your Mac.
Note: Chrome Remote Desktop lets you access another computer via Chrome browser or Chromebook. Besides, you can easily access your apps and files securely.
Step #6. Use the code to connect both the computers. Then, get started.
Enjoy iMessage on your windows computer.
What if you don't have a Mac but still want to use iMessage on your Windows PC? There is a way to get fulfill your wish. Download iPadian on your Windows. It's an emulator a third party software (Just like) which creates a virtual iOS ecosystem on your Widows; letting you install Apple's popular Messages on your Windows.
How to Install Apple's Messages App on Windows PC
Step #1. Go to ipadian2.com and download the free emulator.
Step #2. Next, install the .exe file on your PC.
Step #3. Run the emulator.
Step #4. Accept the terms and conditions.
Step #5. Once the process of installation is successfully completed. Launch the iPadian software on your computer.
Step #6. Next, search for “iMessage” in the search bar.
Step #7. Finally, download the Messages app on your computer.
Then, launch the launch the app and start your maiden experience of iMessage on your Windows PC.
With iOS 10, iMessage has become even more exciting. Make sure to check out our complete guide to experience the real magic of iMessaging. You would also like to use Tapbacks in Messages for macOS Sierra.