iMessage helps iPhone users to slash the cell phone bill, plus it has an inclusion of a number of features that can’t be found anywhere else on a regular text messaging app. Connected on the internet, you can expressed all you need to say to your close circle or loved ones in just a few taps away—regardless of the distance. Evidently, this is one of the apps that iPhone users relish their selves into because of the free service it offers.
With the update of this app, there might be some tips and tricks that you haven’t heard of yet. The update isn’' there for nothing, so might as well enjoy all the crowd-pulling features it now includes. And so, without further ado, here are the tips and tricks on iOS 7’s iMessage in order for you to enjoy every tap with the app:
#1: Getting to the top of the conversation with just a tap.
How do you usually get to the top of the conversation if in case you want to reread a message? You basically scroll up. Or some people might prefer keying in the keywords they remember on the message. If you have an eidetic memory, that’ll be great! But for some who haven’t paid much attention on details, scrolling through their smartphones would definitely be their first and last resort. And if the conversation thread seems endless, then all good lucks to them. All thanks to the revamped iMessage, you can now go bop to the top by just tapping on the center top of the screen where the clock is displayed. Bopping to the top it is.
#2: Getting more details
If you are keen enough to notice, then you've probably seen that details like time stamps are normally displayed selectively only on few messages that are sent and received. Time stamps, actually, are hidden in order to prevent clutter. But, if you really want to have the details displayed, then you may do so by swiping your finger from the right edge towards the center, and say hello to time stamps. That should do the trick.
#3: A faster copying and pasting
Say like, you are supposed to cascade a message to your close circle. Definitely, you’re going to send it to them. Copy-paste—what are your words? It will suffice if you are only going to send it to no more than three people, but what about blowing the number to 20? Hold it right there before you even blow, because iMessage has already pricked the bubble for you. So, rather than going through the pain of copying and pasting, you can just tap and hold the particular message inside a thread, tap more as menu options pops up, tap on the arrow that shows on the lower right of the screen, and then forward it to people you intend to. It’s just as simple as that.
These are just but a few hacks you can do to your iMessage app. You might not know that the simplest things are just the right ones you really need.