As far as I know, there is no way for iPhone users to see when Android users are typing. This is because the two operating systems are not compatible with each other. However, there are some third-party apps that claim to be able to bridge the gap between iOS and Android devices, but I have not personally tried them so I cannot say for sure if they work or not.
How can you tell if someone is typing Android?
There are a few telltale signs that someone is typing on an Android device. If they’re using a Samsung device, for example, they might be using the Swype keyboard. Another giveaway is if they’re constantly hitting the microphone button to speak instead of typing. And finally, if they start typing a message and then switch to another app without sending it, chances are they were using Android.
What do the bubbles mean on iPhone?
There are a few different interpretations to the meaning of the bubbles on iPhone.
The most popular belief is that they represent the number of unread text messages that a person has. In other words, if someone has one bubble next to their name, it means they have one unread message.
Another theory is that the bubbles symbolize missed calls. So, if someone has two bubbles next to their name, it means they’ve missed two calls from you.
Some people also believe that the bubbles can represent a variety of different things, like app notifications or even snapchatstreaks.
Why is an iPhone user green?
If you’re an iPhone user, there’s a good chance that you’re familiar with the green bubble that appears next to your contact’s name in iMessage. But why is it green?
Well, the short answer is that it’s because of Apple’s color scheme. The long answer, however, is a bit more complicated.
When Apple first launched iMessage back in 2011, the company decided to use a different color for each different messaging service in order to make it easier for users to understand which service they were using. For example, blue was used for SMS messages and orange was used for MMS messages.
Why are my texts Blue Android?
There are a few reasons why your texts may be blue on Android. One possibility is that you’re using a third-party messaging app that sets its own colors for different conversation threads. Another possibility is that you’ve enabled a feature called “blue text” in your phone’s settings, which causes all of your texts to appear in blue.
If you’re not sure why your texts are blue, the best thing to do is to check the settings of your messaging app or contact your phone’s manufacturer for assistance.