Unlike iMessage or WhatsApp, the Telegram app offers a way to schedule text messages, photos, and videos. Once you schedule your message, it's sent automatically at the set time.
So, whether it's for wishing a friend happy birthday precisely at midnight or messaging your colleagues at an appropriate future time, you can easily schedule your Telegram messages, and this tutorial shows you how to do that from your iPhone, Android phone, iPad, or Mac.
You can send and receive iMessage chats and SMS texts on Windows 11, but there are no blue and green bubbles, messaging history and attachment support.
A new free command-line tool exports your iMessage chats, SMS texts and attachments in plain text or HTML format for easy searching and backup.
Mastodon links are displayed inline in Messages threads on your iPhone as native embeds that include rich details like the post text and author name.
You can set your iPhone to automatically text a pre-written message every day to a specific person or group of people, by using a simple automation. In this tutorial, we'll share its use cases and the steps to automatically send SMS or iMessage from your iPhone.
If you have valuable SMS, MMS, and iMessage on your current iPhone, you might not want to leave them behind. Instead, you'll want to transfer them to your new iPhone when you make the switch. Similarly, if you have to erase your iPhone to troubleshoot an issue, you'll want to back up your messages and restore them later on that same iOS device.
In this tutorial, we'll show you how to transfer messages from iPhone to iPhone.
Do you ever wonder exactly how much time you spend texting your friends, or perhaps even the number of messages you’ve exchanged? There’s a certain ‘stats for nerds’ appeal to this concept that I find interesting, and if you’re in a similar boat, then you might take interest in a new and free jailbreak tweak dubbed SMSStats 3 by iOS developer ExTBH.
iPhone XS, XR, and all later models including the new iPhone 14 series, support multiple SIMs. As a result, you can add/store up to 8 (or more) eSIMs to your iPhone (although only two will work at a time).
If you currently use two or more SIMs on your iPhone, such as one for personal contacts, one for business, and one for international travel, it then becomes essential to have filters.
Thankfully, you can now filter your texts according to the SIM card in the iOS 16 Messages app.
iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura introduced a new Recently Deleted section in the Messages app that keeps your deleted messages for 30 days before permanently removing them.
This tutorial shows you how to access your deleted messages and recover or purge them instantly.
Marking an opened email as unread has been a feature forever. And now, with iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS Ventura, you can also mark an SMS or iMessage as unread.
Doing so adds back the tiny blue unread dot to differentiate it from an opened message. Plus, it adds or increases the red badge count on the Messages app icon (visible on the Home Screen). These little things can tell you that you have an unopened text, which you can get back to later.
The built-in Messages app in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura lets you delete a sent iMessage or even edit one if you wish to fix a typo or make a correction. So let's see what you need, and how to edit a sent message on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
Earlier, when you accidentally sent a wrong, angry, or error-laden iMessage, there was no way to undo that. And tricks to stop an outgoing message by immediately enabling Airplane mode or disabling cellular data weren't always successful.
Thankfully, with iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura, you can unsend a message in just a couple of steps. And you have two minutes to do that!