Thanks to Apple’s iMessage for latest conversation features that changed the most on iOS 10. For starters like me just enjoying special invisible ink effect that make the recipient must swipe to open message off the screen.
On macOS Sierra, the recipient only able to see textual description but on iOS 10 the people started to feel and see best features on their older versions.
iOS 10 iMessage: Cross Platform Issues
On iMessage conversations, you got a feature like stickers where you can sent this through MMS. It costs you more money from you data allowance.
If you want to foolproof this feature then make these changes on your device
- Goto -> Settings
- Open -> Messages
- Turn Off -> MMS Messaging
Well move on to latest message sending option like enabling new features on your iOS 10.
How to send visual effects on iOS 10
- Compose -> Message
- Apply -> 3D Touch (To list effects)
- Tap Next -> To Preview one’s name
- Tap -> Screen
- Click -> Swipe (Left or Right to pick full animation)
Best way to send audio message
To record and send audio message immediately, then
- Hold -> Microphone icon
- Lift & Tap Play -> Review
- Slide -> Send button
Now send your photo
On your message box, the icons will be hidden on left side, so
- Tap -> Arrow first
- Click -> Camera icon
- Tap to Switch -> Cameras (Top-right icon)
- Add -> Photo to message
How to get more iMessage stickers
On App drawer (labelled store),
- Click -> + bubble to open iMessage App Store
Easy to reinstall items
From app drawer if you want to finish those rearranging process. then
- Press -> Home button
- Use -> App Store search bar
- Find -> Removed apps & Sticker packs to reinstall
How to apply those sticker
- Open -> App drawer
- Navigate -> Sticker pack
- Tap -> Sticker to send
- Drag & drop those -> Message bubble to apply this on your message
Use digital touch sketches
- Tap -> Icon near heart
- Again tap -> White circle to pick color
- Slide -> Large black square to draw
- Send -> To recipient once you finish your drawing.
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