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But the ongoing power of i Message as a way for Apple to lock users into its platform remains remarkable.(Bajarin’s tweet on the subject drew crowds of commenters and more than 2.3 million impressions.) Android users may feel shunned from conversations.By organizing your church into different groups and ministries on Flocknote, you can get the message to exactly who needs it, and to no one who doesn’t.Plus your members can reply directly to any email or text message you send, vote in polls, RSVP to events and more!Flocknote helps you reach people where they’re already at, in their inboxes and via text message.There’s nothing for your members to download, or pick up after church, and no need for them to ‘check-in-on’ anything to stay connected with you.Commonly thought of as a series of letters that make up a 'word' there is a distinction between acronyms and shorthand.The actual definition of an acronym and text shorthand is here.
With unlimited admins, and three different levels of admin privileges, you can make sure everyone at church has the power to manage their own piece of the pie and no one else’s. Flocknote puts our messages directly in front of the parishioner, without requiring them to check out our website or feed." — Maura Walsh, Assumption-Resurrection Parish "The single best tool I use every day! It's increased participation at events, improved communication with parishioners between weekends, and streamlined our messages into one, easy to find location. It's increased participation at events, improved communication with parishioners between weekends, and streamlined our messages into one, easy to find location.Online enthusiasts are learning that shorthand are in fact called acronyms, but this is incorrect.The difference between acronyms and shorthand is that with acronyms, (for example, 'ESP' is an initialism for 'extra sensory perception' whereas 'esp. The online practice is to refer to shorthand, initialisms, or abbreviations as acronyms.Apple’s Messages app is compatible with SMS (and identifies SMS messages with the dreaded green bubble), but it’s really built around Apple’s proprietary i Message protocol, which runs over an internet connection. In theory, i Phone users might be irritated by i Message’s proprietary nature.But i Message lock-in is a Google problem, not an Apple one, and has been for a long time. I’d love to see Google get more aggressive here, since messaging is a critical part of the smartphone experience.”Last year, s Dieter Bohn reported that Google has been working with cellular providers to usher in Rich Communication Service (RCS), an SMS replacement with all the bells and whistles of modern internet-based messaging apps.
In the meantime, Apple surely wouldn’t mind if more people like Ben’s Android-enthusiast teenage friend switched over to i Phones because of i Message. Outside those markets, i Phones aren’t as ubiquitous.