An Apple-owned messaging app has been blamed for a new type of spam attack that targets users who use a black text message icon to send an image message to other users.
The app, called BlackMessage, also works on mobile devices and uses the same messaging app code as a desktop version, but the new version of the app does not work in iOS or Android versions of Apple’s messaging app.
According to the Apple security researchers, the new BlackMessage is able to send the message from an app called “BlackMessage” and send the same image.
The BlackMessage app is currently used by around 3.6 million users in the United States and around 5.5 million users worldwide.
The researchers said the new spam was detected in iOS and Android versions and that they were unable to find the code in any other version of BlackMessage.
They added that the code was used to send images to a wide range of users including those with disabilities and people who use an Android phone with a web-based app.
BlackMessage’s developer, Google, has not yet responded to a request for comment.
Users who use BlackMessage to send messages to others have said the app can be a nuisance because of its large number of users and high volume.
Google’s app is the latest in a string of spam apps that have popped up on Android phones and tablets since Apple unveiled its own messaging app last year.
The apps have been accused of using Google’s “personalization” feature to create different users’ messages based on what they look like and what messages they send.
Apple is known to use the personalization feature in its iOS messaging apps to make people’s messages look more like what they see on other people’s phones, or what people say on the phone.
In recent weeks, Apple has also been criticized for blocking apps that use similar functionality, and the company has also said it will update its apps to block apps that abuse personalization features.
Apple’s messaging apps have become increasingly popular in recent years.
In 2016, the company’s iOS messaging app had more than 1.2 million users.
That year, its iOS app was ranked as the most popular mobile messaging app on the App Store.