Good news for Android users, Developer
Eric Chee has just unveiled Pie Message, an open source project that brings
iMessage to Android devices. With Pie message you can communicate with any
iMessage enable device like iPhone, iPad and iPod touch or other Android phones. That is it allows you sending and receiving iMessages on Android.

With Pie message you can communicate with any iMessage enable device like iPhone/iPad other Android phones.

Just type in message to email address
enable on iPhone’s iMessage and boom !! So this is kinda great news for Android
users who want to send free message through Pie message to Apple’s iMessage or vice versa.

The project uses a Java Web Server and an OS X Client that run on your Mac. It
monitor’s the chat.db file used by the OS X Messages application for new
messages, then relays those messages to an Android app.

Chee has released a video demonstration of the project in action and has posted
the code on GitHub.

Take a look at the video below or more details visit Github page!

Source: Github