How to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone

iPhone owners can send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone. The Digital Touch effect can be used to send animated sketches, taps, kisses, heartbeats, and more. It is a fun feature to use to give your iMessage conversations more dimension. Here’s how to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone in a few simple steps.

How to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone

Learn how to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone

  1. Open Messages from the Dock at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Tap the Digital Touch button in the app drawer (a heart with two fingers).
  3. Tap the dot to choose a color and then draw using one finger. You can change the color and draw again.
  4. Then, send your message as you normally would.

How to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone 2

The fun part about using Digital Touch is the animations you can send by using gestures. Note that once you finish the gesture, the animations are sent automatically. So, be careful about that before you scramble to delete the message.

Here are the available animations and the gestures required to send them:

  • Tap: Tap with one finger to create a burst of color. You can change the color, then tap again.
  • Fireball: Touch and hold with one finger.
  • Kiss: Tap with two fingers.
  • Heartbeat: Touch and hold with two fingers.
  • Heartbreak: Touch and hold with two fingers until you see a heartbeat, then drag down to break the heart.

How to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone 2

We hope this guide helped you learn how to send a Digital Touch effect in Messages on iPhone. If you have any questions, let us know in the comments below.

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Asma is an editor at iThinkDifferent with a strong focus on social media, Apple news, streaming services, guides, mobile gaming, app reviews, and more. When not blogging, Asma loves to play with her cat, draw, and binge on Netflix shows.

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