One of the apps that got the most redesign love in iOS 10 is Messages. The little chat bubble is now a lot more than a texting app, with its own app store and the ability to send a lot more than just texts.
But with great features comes great confusion, and not all the settings are immediately obvious. Here's all the new stuff you should actually care about.
DON'T MISS: Apple’s newest HQ is a perfect super-villain hangout
Individual read receipts
I don't know why this wasn't a thing a long time ago, but iOS 10 finally adds the ability to selectively choose who gets read receipts.
Perhaps the biggest overhaul in Apple's upcoming iOS 10 can be seen in the Messages app, which will add the ability to send drawings, change message bubbles, replace words with emoji, use stickers, integrate third-party apps, and mu...
Starting with iOS 10, read receipts in iMessages can be enabled or disabled on a person-by-person basis, letting users decide which contact knows when their texts have been viewed. Here's how to take advantage of the new feature.
Microsoft today updated its Skype for iOS app with new features specific to iOS 10. You can download the new app now directly from Apple’s App Store (iPhone, iPad). Skype now supports SiriKit, which means you can call someone on Sky...
One of the biggest upgrades in iOS 10 goes to Messages. The native app now comes with stacks of extra features including stickers, instant reactions, and even its own app store. Most of the new functions work best inside conversatio...