There are lots of cool new additions to Messages in iOS 10, including the ability to send GIFs, as well as custom stickers, weather info, and lots more with the new App Store for Messages.

One of the most unique features is the new handwritten messages, which lets you express yourself on a more personal level by writing with your fingertip. These messages animate as an iMessage, or remain static when sending to Android or Windows Phone users.

However, these personal messages show up in your recent history every time you tap the Apps tab in Messages, and this can lead to some embarrassing… more


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