Have you ever felt like someone is looking over your shoulder while sending private messages to your friends and family? Well, you don’t have to worry about those nosy people knowing what you’re sending, because Apple has a secret trick that’s available on all iPhone models, and it’s completely free to use.
How can I protect my messages?
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The feature we are talking about is known as Invisible ink, and it allows iPhone users to send an iMessage with text scribbled on the screen so that no one but you and the recipient can read it. The message will appear on the screen only when you press and hold it.
To someone else trying to look over your shoulder, it will just be an empty message. It’s also a great trick to use if you want to send funny jokes or surprises to your friends, or you can use it to discuss movie and TV spoilers in your group chats without spoiling anything for those in the chat who haven’t watched. yet. However, this special feature only works on iMessage and cannot be used on any other messaging platform like WhatsApp.
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- Open your iMessage: app
- Enter a message to one of your friends
- Instead of clicking send, tap and hold the send icon
- Hidden menu Your screen will appear with options to send a message
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- Choose: Invisible ink
- Press Send when done
- Your message will now be hidden from view until you knock it. If the message is longer, you will have to do this tap it several times reveal the whole.
Now that you know what invisible ink is. Are you going to send secret messages to your friends and family? I would love to hear from you.
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