With macOS Sierra, iMessaging has become more interesting. Features like Tapback has brought a lot of fun into the play, haven't they?
Whenever I have spare time, I read old messages. It takes me back to the forgotten days; reminding me of the great moments. In order to make reading more convenient, I adjust the text size as per need.
How to Adjust the Font Size in Messages App on Mac in macOS Sierra
Step #1. Open Messages app on your Mac → Next, click on Messages in the Menu bar.
Step #2. Now, click on Preferences.
You need to drag the slider towards left to make the text size of Messages smaller and drag it towards the right to enlarge it.
(If you are having older OS on your Mac)
Step #3. Click on the drop-down menu next to Text size.
Step #4. Click on Other.
Step #5. Either select your preferred text size or adjust the same by dragging the slider (Up/Down).
There are several ways you can enhance your iMessaging experience. As for instance, there is a way to change the download location of the received files, customize notifications and more.
As per rumors, Apple is considering to make its Messages app available on Android as well. Having received positive feedback from Android users who have enjoyed Apple Music on their devices, the tech giant is toying with the idea of unleashing iMessaging on iOS' rival ecosystem. As and when it happens, it can be really interesting to indulge into iMessaging with Android users.