The iOS and iPhone have come a long way both in terms of functionality and providing better user-experience. However, there is one important feature which is yet to find its place– the ability to print iPhone text messages and iMessages. Considering how pricey iPhone is, you would definitely want it to have this useful feature, wouldn’t you?
What if you have come across a situation when you need to print your iMessages, how would you get them printed? Fortunately, there are quite a few handy pieces of software which let you print messages. You need to download such software on your computer, connect your iOS device to it, export the message to the computer and then print it. A bit lengthy process, isn’t it? Anyway, you want to know how it works. Let’s dive across!
How to Print iPhone Text Messages and iMessages Using iMazing
Step #1. Download iMazing on your computer.
Step #2. Now, connect your iOS device to computer and launch iMazing. Then, you need to choose Messages in the sidebar.
Step #3. The software will export all of your messages by default. You can choose the particular messages you wish to print.
Step #4. Click on the Print button in the bottom toolbar. In the print dialog box, choose your print settings and click on Print.
How to Print iPhone Text Messages and iMessages Using AnyTrans
Step #1. First off, download and install AnyTrans on your Mac or Windows PC.
Step #2. Next, connect your iPhone to your computer and launch AnyTrans.
Step #3. Now, you need to select your device and click on Messages.
Step #4. Next, select the message(s) you want to print.
Step #5. Now, depending on your need, you can set up the exported format. For instance, PDF, HTML or TXT. To do so, click on the Settings icon at the top right corner.
Step #6. Next, click on To Computer to export the messages on your computer.
Step #7. Open the exported file on your computer. Then, print it as usual.
The Bottom Line
Thanks to such software, it’s easy to print iPhone text messages or iMessages. However, I wish there was a better way to get your messages printed. What’s your take on it?
You may want to read these interesting posts like how to convert text into emoji, how to use Digital Touch in the Messages app, how to enable read receipt for individual contact etc. Also, check out the complete guide to use iOS 10 Messages app perfectly.