Thursday, August 25, 2016

How To Use Handwritten Messages Feature In iOS 10

Apple is planning to implement many new features and enhancements with the release of its next major software update and here is overview of iOS 10 handwritten messages feature another great ability for users to make fun while using iDevice. Messages app in iOS 10 has integrated Digital Touch functionality we first saw in Apple Watch. What this means is that for a second or two, your iPhone’s screen becomes your canvas. And whatever you doodle/write on it is send to the conversation, with an animation of exactly how you drew it. It’s pretty cool. You can do it on photos and videos as well. 


How To Use Digital Touch In Messages App On iOS 10 iPhone



Head to the conversation in Messages app. Click the “right arrow” icon besides the text input field and select the “Heart” icon.

And as long as you’re using iMessage (the text input box should say “iMessage” and not “Text Message”), the Digital Touch input box will open.

Digital Touch does a couple of things for you. First of all, allows you to take a look at the built-in actions for taps.

Swipe with 1 finger: Sketch on the screen.


Click once: Send a tap.


Press with one finger: Send a fireball.


Tap with two fingers: Send a kiss.


Tap and hold with two fingers: Send a heartbeat.


Tap and hold with two fingers, then drag down: Send a heartbreak.

These are really cute and all but the best thing you can do on this surface is to sketch with your finger. How to use iOS 10 handwritten messages feature on your iPhone.

Step 1. Open Message app from iPhone home screen.

Step 2. Rotate your iPhone and turn your iPhone to landscape Mode. Now you can see handwriting canvas.

Step 3. Choose a Stock or tap on Previously Sent handwritten message to send or re-send it quickly. In addition, write out a new message using your finger to send iMessage recipient.

Step 4. Click on Done.

Step 5. If want to add text then you can add it.

Step 6. Tap the Send button. Look like an up arrow mark.