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User Guide on How to Send Hand Written Text Message

Send Hand Written Text Message: If you recently buy a new iPhone or simply don’t use the Messages app like others. You might not realize all of the amazing things you can do with your texts. You can use essential screen effects, add GIFs and images, and pop in some cute stickers.

Another amazing way to personalize your text messages is with handwriting. You might use it for a lengthy message, but for an instant “I’m sorry,” “Hi there,” or “I love you,” nothing except your spoken words makes it more special than if you write it yourself.

Here’s how to share a handwritten text in the Messages app on the iPhone and iPad.

Get Ready to Write

Simply open the Messages app on your iPhone or iPad and then follow these steps to handwrite a text.

Step 1:

With Messages open and your text on the screen. Also, turn your iPhone sideways. Note: You don’t turn your device while using an iPad.

Step 2:

When you hover your mouse in the message field, the keyboard will then show a scribble key, so click it.

Step 3:

Then you’ll view a clean screen for you to handwrite your message. However, you can also use one of the premade messages you view at the bottom with a tap. But what fun is that? Simply whip out your index finger and use your own handwriting.

Step 4:

Click Done when you complete and then send your text.

If you get yourself set to handwrite your text and modify your mind. Simply click that Keyboard button on the bottom right and you’ll return back to simple typing.


Here’s all about “Send Hand Written Text Message”. So many times, text messages can feel impersonal. So using simple tips and tricks like this to make them special can make a world of difference to your recipient. Also, if it’s a hand-drawn smiley face rather than an emoji, it might just make someone’s day.

Are you going to provide handwritten text messages a try? What are your most favorite features for personalizing your text messages? Just share your thoughts in the comments section below!

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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