Many of you will be fluent in messaging in iPhone and accustomed to the blunderous typos and autocorrect fails. But I have an alternative messaging app to iMessage that will save you from many of these embarrassing scenarios.
This article will show you how to use TextPoet, an easy messaging app, in iMessage.
I know we all have been through those times when we sent a message wishing we never did. Especially when we are in a hurry and don’t bother reading what we sent.
Now we all know that in iMessage, you can send a standard SMS/MMS (text/multimedia messages) to anyone, having any phone. What most of us don’t know is that iPhone prioritizes using the internet to send messages over sending them through your cellular service.
When you text and the message is contained in a blue bubble, that’s the message sent through the internet. On the other hand, when you text and the message is contained in a green bubble, that’s the message sent through your cellular service.
TextPoet will work in both scenerios. Lets see how you can use it in iMessage.
How to use TextPoet in iMessage using iPhone or iPad
I am going to take you step by step from opening iMessage to using TextPoet, just in case someone is new to the iPhone world and does not know how to send a message in iMessage.
- Launch the Messages app on your iPhone.
- Tap on the Compose button in the upper right-hand corner.
- Type the name of the contact to whom you’d like to send a message.
- Tap the contact to whom you’d like to send a message.
- Type your message in the message field.
Here comes the good part
You could either type in a message and make a mistake or just use TextPoet and send a typo free message.
- Open TextPoet from the bottom App drawer
- Click the appropriate category of messages
- Chose your desired response
- Hit Send
You can even save your new responses and create different message collections. The better you organize them, the better it will be to use.
Other than just sending typo free messages, you can add hashtags, save and like other people’s messages/responses and so much more.
A great app for easy and fun messaging. It’s super convenient for consumers and even better for people owning some business. Especially people who need to send common messages on a daily basis.
Sharing some examples to elaborate.
“Let’s get dinner tonight? I’ll be free at 6:30pm.”
“When are you coming home?”
“Fill the water tank before you go”
“Bring eggs and milk on your way home.”
“Hi, thanks for contacting Selena’s Hair Saloon. We are currently booked for today, but we will notify you as soon as there is an opening available.”
“Delivery reminder. Drop in my products on Saturday”
“Payment due this weekend. Kindly do not delay any further.”
“Thanks for letting me know about your support issue. I’ll begin looking into it immediately, and you can expect a call back in the next 24 hours.”
These are some examples from the life of busy bees, who don’t really like texting and can’t afford autocorrect fails.