How to Send an Audio Message From iPhone to Android

Kyle Wood

Android, Tutorials

Do you want to send an audio message from your iPhone to an Android device? Look no further!

In this tutorial, we will guide you through the process of sending audio messages between these two platforms. So, let’s get started!

Step 1: Open the Messaging App

To begin, open the messaging app on your iPhone. This is usually represented by a speech bubble icon and can be found on your home screen or in the app drawer.

Step 2: Select a Contact

Next, select the contact to whom you want to send the audio message. You can either choose an existing conversation or start a new one by tapping on the compose icon.

Step 3: Access the Audio Message Feature

Once you have selected the contact, look for the microphone icon within the messaging interface. It is usually located next to the text input field.


If you don’t see the microphone icon:

  • Make sure you are using a messaging app that supports audio messages.
  • Check if your device’s operating system is up-to-date.
  • If all else fails, consider downloading a third-party messaging app that supports cross-platform audio messaging.

Step 4: Record Your Audio Message

To record your audio message, press and hold down the microphone icon. While holding it down, speak into your iPhone’s microphone and express yourself freely. Release the button when you are done recording.


If you wish to cancel your recording:

  • Swipe left on the recording interface and tap ‘Cancel.’
  • This will discard your current recording and allow you to start over.

Step 5: Review and Send

After recording, you will be able to review your audio message. If you are satisfied with it, tap on the send button (usually represented by an arrow or a paper plane icon).

Step 6: Sending to an Android Device

The audio message will now be sent to the recipient. When they receive it on their Android device, they can simply tap on the message to play it.



  • Ensure that both devices have a stable internet connection.
  • Make sure that the recipient’s messaging app supports audio messages.
  • If there are any issues, consider using other messaging apps or alternative methods such as email or file-sharing services.

Congratulations! You have successfully sent an audio message from your iPhone to an Android device.

Now you can enjoy seamless communication with your friends and family regardless of their device preferences. Happy messaging!

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