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How to Get iMessage for Windows PC

-- Tuesday, August 22, 2017
iOS users are allowed to send or receive messages with friends or family using iMessage app on iPhone, iPad, iTouch and Mac. However, some of you may also want to access and check iMessage on PC. In this way, you can continue to chat with others on all types of devices.

In this article, you will see how to get iMessage for Windows. People who own a Windows PC can now keep up with iMessage easily.

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  • Using Chrome Remote Desktop to Access iMessage on PC

    You can utilize Chrome’s Remote Desktop feature to get iMessage on your PC. But this method requires a Mac computer to set things up. Chrome Remote Desktop extension allows you to access the screen of any other computer(your Mac) remotely by connecting your Windows computer to Mac. Now, let’s check how it works below.

    Please download the following apps:

    Google Chrome browser

    Install Chrome Remote Desktop extension on Windows PC and Mac computer

    Get iMessage for Windows PC


    1. You need access to a Mac computer when implementing during the pocess and Mac must be turned on.

    2. The Mac and Windows computers must be connected to the internet for remote access.

    Step 1 On Your Mac, please go to Remote Desktop extension by typing chrome://apps in the address bar at the top and then pressing Enter.

    Step 2 To create an access code for connection, please click "Share".

    Step 3 Now launch the Remote Desktop extension(like what you do on Mac in step 1) on your Windows computer.

    Step 4 You should enter the access code you get in Step 2. Once connected, you will see your email address and have full control of your Mac computer.

    Step 5 Now use iMessage remotely from this PC

    Can this guide works well and are you able to access and check iMessage on PC? If you have any problem about it, please leave us a comment below.

    Ivy Bruce

    Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.