The “Messages” app in iOS 10 has been revamped to infuse real joy into the messaging experience. Whether it’s the amazing bubble/screen effect, markup, awesome emojification or wonderful 3X emojis, you have a lot of fabulous options to liven up your conversation.
However, the one feature that has fascinated me the most is Digital Touch. Whether you want to send your heart, kiss to your beloved or try to show the pain with a broken heart and more, you have everything that it takes to cheer-up your messaging time with élan, haven’t you? So, what are you waiting for? Let’s cross over to give Digital Touch a test drive!
How to Use Digital Touch in iOS 10 Messages App on iPhone or iPad
Step #1. Launch Messages app on your iOS device.
Step #2. Next, open the conversation which you want to rev up using Digital Touch.
Step #3. Now, tap on the “Arrow” which is beside the text input field.
Step #4. Tap on the heart icon.
Step #5. The Digital Touch input box will open. There are some built-in actions for taps:
Tap once: To send a tap.
Swipe with one finger: To sketch on the screen.
Tap with two fingers: To send a kiss.
Press with one finger: To send a fireball.
Tap and hold with two fingers: To send a heartbeat.
Tap and hold with two fingers, then drag down: To send heartbreak.
Slide your finger around on the black trackpad to write any word or text. Tap on the different colors to change the color of the line.
Tap on the “UP” arrow icon at the bottom right corner to get the large surface.
If you want to record any video, edit it and send it. Tap on the icon (which looks like FaceTime) to the left of the trackpad. Tap on the red shutter button to record the video, slide your finger over it or tap on it to add some effects.
If you want to send a photo, tap on the icon (looks like FaceTime) left to the trackpad, then tap on the white shutter button at the bottom left corner to snap a selfie, add some effect and send it.
That’s it! Now, go ahead and make the most of these fantastic features to liven up your messaging time with aplomb.
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