iOS 8 brings us a number of new features and improvements. One of the important features is the all new Messages app. It has added a new tap to talk feature that lets you send voice messages and also completely changed the way you send photos and videos via iMessage. This article will show you how to send an audio and video message in the all new Messages app in iOS 8. If you are still now very clear with this new feature, read on please.
When you launch the Messages app in iOS 8, you won't notice this new features immediately as the changes are in the compose window. When you add the sender, as the send button will automatically change into a microphone. Now let's see the detailed steps.
Alternately, if you're inside a messages thread, just raise your iPhone to your face while in the text thread. Once you hear a beeping tone, start speaking. When you're done just remove your iPhone from your face. Your message will instantly be sent to the person on the opposite end.
To listen to an incoming audio message, you can tap on the play button to listen to the audio message, or simply hold your iPhone to your ear and listen like it's a phone call, which Apple calls “Raise to listen” feature.
Apple has made it much easier and quicker to send video messages in iOS 8. Now let's see how to send a video message in iOS 8 Messages app. Messages app in iOS 8 supports to send multiple photos and videos at once.
Your voice and video messages will automatically self-destruct in two minutes after being sent, however, if you want to keep the voice/video message, all you need to do is tap on Keep below the message if you choose to keep it.
That's all for how to send an audio and video message in the all new Messages app in iOS 8. And with the new Messages app in iOS 8, you also can take charge of group messages, share your location in the middle of the conversation, and tap to see every attachment from a conversation.comments powered by Disqus