You know how you can send a Like in the Facebook Messenger and how you can react to status updates in Facebook with different emoticons? This lets us quickly acknowledge that we’ve read the message and even show how the message makes us feel, very quickly, without even typing anything. Well now, you can do something very similar in the Messages app in iOS 10.
Messages app in iOS 10 has integrated Digital Touch functionality we first saw in Apple Watch. What this means is that for a second or two, your iPhone’s screen becomes your canvas. And whatever you doodle/write on it is send to the conversation, with an animation of exactly how you drew it. It’s pretty cool. You can do it on photos and videos as well. Let’s take a closer look.
If iMessage is your preferred way of communicating with your friends and family, you know how quickly the attachments (especially photos) can build up for any conversation. The Messages app makes it easy to go through all of the attachments sent and received using the Attachments tab.
The new Messages app in iOS 10 has made the legendary blue iMessage bubble a lot more exciting. It still looks the same. What’s changed is how it animates when a new message comes in. Doesn’t happen every time but if you choose to, you can make some messages extra special. But making the text super large or slamming the bubble on the screen. It’s fun.
The best innovative feature in iOS 10? Hands down, the 300% larger emojis in the Messages app. No really, they look awesome and they’ll make you want to upgrade. You might be asking, why is there a how-to guide on how to send larger emojis? Because while the process is pretty straight forward, there are some caveats.
Let’s face it, emojis are just a part of our vocabulary now. They’re both kind of their own language and they also compliment our daily conversations, making them fun and exciting. If you love emojis, you’re going to love the new emoji replacement feature in Messages app in iOS 10.
You can interpret all the new features in Messages app as Apple finally letting its hair down and having some fun or just as a way to pander to a younger audience. Either way, Apple has added many many new features inside this simple messaging app.
The most common response that comes after someone mentions Facebook Messenger is, “I hate it.” or “Why do I need a separate app just for messages?” While those may be valid statements, none of them mention they fact that there might be messages in your inbox that you may have never seen. Check out the few steps below to ensure that you find any hidden messages that may be waiting for you in the Facebook Messenger app.
Messages on iOS can be used for both SMS as well as iMessage communication with other Apple devices. With every iteration of iOS, Apple has been improving the Messages app and adding great new features to it. However, there are still some essential features that are missing and this is where jailbreak tweaks come in to fill the gap.
Text messaging has become one of the most reliable and commonplace forms of communication. With the ability to send emojis, voice messages, videos, and photos, texting is sometimes the best way to communicate with my friends and family. Given the fact that you can so easily send images and videos via text, we sometimes forget that those items take up space on our devices. Luckily those images can be removed from our devices without deleting the conversation they were in.