On Tuesday, Google took a jab at Apple on its website over what it says is Apple's failure to improve the user experience between the two operating systems.

Green message bubbles, like poor quality compressed videos, lack of read receipts, and other headaches, have long been lamented by some users.

As a result of Apple, the company converts texts sent between the two phones into what's called SMS and MMS, both of which are decades old methods of sending text only messages from device to device.

The modern industry standard for Rich Communication Services, or RSC, is meant to improve how people can send texts and calls but also media like videos and photos, and that's what Apple should use, according to the argument made by the search giant.

Apple refuses to adopt modern texting standards when people use their phones to text each other.

Visitors are encouraged to share the campaign on social media.

Texting between the two operating systems is not working. The social text says it's time for Apple to fix green and blue bubbles.

Apple did not reply immediately.

This is not the first instance in which the internet giant has called for Apple to adopt something. When rapper Drake released his song "Texts Go Green" about miscommunication with a partner, the internet giant seized an opportunity to get its point across.

The official lyric explainer video was posted by the social team and praised the song and its lyrics.

—Android (@Android) June 18, 2022

"If only some super talented engineering team at Apple could fix this," reads a June video by the search engine.