Messages app has won more appreciation from us thanks to the several exclusive features like bubble effects, tapbacks, screen effects and more. No wonder, iMessaging has become a lot more interesting than ever before. Speaking the truth, I have really enjoyed communicating with my friends using these cool iMessage features while testing the iOS 10 beta.

One pretty nice feature that has been added in iOS 10 beta 2 is the ability to add apps automatically to iMessage app drawer. Since iMessage is open to developers, they can make apps let you get the most out of your messaging experience. Hence, it would be great to add them to iMessage automatically. Here is how it works at its very best!

How to Auto Download iMessage Apps in iOS 10 on iPhone and iPad

How to Automatically Add Apps to iOS 10 iMessage App Drawer

Step #1. Launch Messages app on your iPhone → Next up, you have to tap on any contact.

Step #2. Now, tap on the Sow More icon (>).

Open iMessages and Tap on Arrow Icon on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on App Store button.

Tap on App Store Button in iMessages on iPhone

Step #4. Up next, you need to tap on the app shelf button from the bottom left corner.

Tap on App Shelf Button in iMessage in iOS 10 on iPhone

Step #5. Tap on the Store button.

Tap on Store Button in iMessages in iOS 10 on iPhone

Step #6. Next, you have to tap on the Manage tab from the top.

Tap on Manage Button in iMessages App in iOS 10

Step #7. Now, you will have to turn on the switch next to Automatically Add Apps.

Automatically Add Apps in iMessage in iOS 10 on iPhone

That’s it!

From now on the apps that work with iMessage will automatically be added to the app drawer.

If you ever want to disable this option, just follow all the steps explained above and turn off the switch in the end.

Turn Off Auto Download iMessages App in iOS 10iOS 10 beta 2 has come with some changes and improvements. The option to send Low-Quality Image while iMessaging and the ability to switch back to the “Slide to Unlock” are among the most notable features.

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