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What I love and hate about iMessage apps

Speak to some bot creators and they will tell you that they’re willing to jump through the hoops of building and submitting an app to Apple in order to join the iMessage App Store. It is possible to create a standalone app for iMessage only, but they think app for the App Store with an iMessage extension can give them a […]
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