How to Send Full-Screen Effects Over Messages on iOS 10

Send a text message Open the Messages app . Tap. at the top of the screen. Enter the phone number, contact name, or Apple ID of each recipient. Or tap. , then choose contacts from the list. ... Tap the text field above the keyboard, then type your message, or tap. to dictate text. Tap. to send.

iOS 10 introduces a new feature that allows you to send full-screen effects over messages. Sending these effects is a great way to add a little more fun and personality to your conversations. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to send full-screen effects over messages.

To get started, open your Messages app and type in your message. Once you’re ready to send it, hold down the blue arrow to bring up the effects menu. If you have 3D Touch, you can press down harder on the arrow to bring up the menu.

From the effects menu, tap on the “Screen” option in the top right-hand corner. This will bring up a range of full-screen effects that you can swipe through. Once you’ve found the effect you want, tap the arrow to send it.

It’s important to note that the person you’re sending the message to needs to have an iPhone and iMessage in order to receive the full-screen effect. If they don’t have iMessage, they won’t be able to receive it.

If the person you’re messaging doesn’t have iMessage, you can still send them stickers and play games by tapping on the arrow on the left-hand side of the message and selecting “App Store”.

There are also different gestures you can use to create different effects, such as changing the color of the text or making the text animated. While we won’t go into detail about these gestures in this tutorial, you can play around with them to see what works best for you.

In conclusion, sending full-screen effects over messages is a fun and easy way to add a little more personality to your conversations. Just make sure the person you’re sending it to has iMessage, and you’re good to go!


How do I send a message as text instead of iMessage?
Go to Settings >, Messages.Toggle Send as SMS switch to off.When iMessage is unavailable, individual messages will not send.Tap and hold these individual messages until you get an option menu.Tap Send as Text Message.
Why won t my iPhone 10 send text messages?
Try to restart your iPhone or iPad. Check your network connection. To send a message as iMessage or MMS, you need a cellular data or Wi-Fi connection. To send an SMS message, you need cellular network connection.