iMessage on iCloud brings all your messages together in one place, regardless of device or platform; you’ll no longer have to manage individual text conversations within each app – Messages, SMS, and MMS. All your texts will sync between Macs (running OS X 10.10), iPhones, iPads, iPods touch running iOS 8 – iPad 2 support is not yet available but expected with an upcoming update , compatible iPod touches (5th generation only), and the Apple Watch.

iMessages on iCloud also brings all your attachments, like photos and videos or audio messages, together in one place so you can access them easily on any of your devices.

Through iMessage on iCloud’s single-message view, you can write replies to anyone who has reached out to you over iMessage regardless of what device they are using. And because conversations are listed by contact name rather than number, it’s easier to start a new conversation with someone right from their profile picture – contacts with multiple numbers show up as separate profiles within Messages for easy identification. The streamlined interface integrates third-party services like WhatsApp and Telegram — if those apps are installed — into the main chat list as well.

What Does iMessage On iCloud Do? 

When you turn on iMessage for iCloud in Mail, Contacts, Calendars in System Preferences on OS X El Capitan or iOS 9, messages are stored in the cloud. This means that when you sign in to a new device with your Apple ID, messages will be waiting for you regardless of whether they were sent from an iPhone or an iPad. The big advantage this has over traditional syncing via iTunes is that you don’t have to plug your devices together anymore to get your messages onto them both — just enter your Apple ID and password once and all of your messages are accessible through every device linked with it. It can even download copies of messages which have been deleted from the sender’s device so there is no risk of losing track of an important conversation. Check Out Here More

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