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You can play iMessage games on your iPhone using the App Store extension that's built into iMessage. There, you can download a variety of games.
You can "like" a text on your iPhone, along with a variety of other reactions, by tapping and holding it. Here's a guide to the Tapback feature.
You can use bold text on your iPhone in text messages by creating a subject line after enabling the feature in Settings. Here's how to do it.
How to save audio messages on your iPhone, and change your settings so audio messages won’t delete after 2 minutes
You can save audio messages on your iPhone by editing your voice message settings, or by exporting them onto your computer. Here's how to do both.
Android users who are jealous of iMessage need to know about Google’s ‘Messages for web’ service, which lets you text from almost an...
Google's Messages for web lets Android users text from almost any computer, even Apple Mac computers and laptops.
You can quickly and easily text a YouTube video using several different methods on an iPhone or Mac. Here's what you need to know.
Your iPhone messages are green for two reasons: you're texting Android users, or you're not connected to the internet.
To turn on a character count on your iPhone for SMS messages, you'll just need to go into your Messages settings. Here's how to do it.
How to turn on predictive text on your iPhone, so it can finish your words or sentences while typing
It's easy to turn on predictive text on your iPhone if you had previously disabled the feature. Here's how to do it.
You should log out of iCloud on your Mac if you plan on getting it serviced or letting someone else borrow it.