Did you find iMessage bubble color changing options in the latest iOS version? Ever since I got my hands on an iPhone, I could not get over with iMessage, and that’s how powerful the texting platform is on Apple devices. The company unable to keep up with the modern features that rolling out in Android phones and customizations plays a big role. In iOS 12 and iOS 13, we did not find enough customization options.
Apple introduced Animoji, Memoji, and Stickers that changes the interaction level in the texting platform, but they missed out on the idea to change the iMessage bubble color. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how you can add change to the bubble color in iMessage and it works on the older iOS version.
How to Change Messages Bubble Color on iPhone or iPad
The world has enthusiastic developers around the globe, who understand the value of customization, and came up with a solution, which is an application. You can download Color Text Messages for iMessage that works on iPad and iPhone. The solution supports iOS 10 or later running phones.
- Create a new message or open an existing text message and tap on the “Color” icon to view the section.
- Tap on “Type Custom Message” to send a message in your own words.
- Enter the text that you want to rely on the recipient, and then tap on the blue “Text Icon” or bubble icon to continue.
- Now, you have a color bar opened in the keyboard, and select one desired color to continue.
- The bubble iMessage is created, and tap on the send button to deliver it.
In this short guide, I have shown you how you can change the Messages Bubble Color. I did not mention plenty of features and limitations of the application. Make sure to read the entire guide properly because I mentioned everything that you need to know about the Color Text Bubbles on iMessage.
How to uninstall the Bubble Color app from iMessage
The controversial low-ratings were contributed by a lack of information on how to uninstall the application from the keyboard. Unfortunately, you don’t find the application in the menu to uninstall it traditionally. We cannot blame the developers because Apple designed it in this fashion, and everyone has to follow the pattern.
- Open iMessage thread.
- Tap in the texting box and swipe left in the application bar until you find (…) option.
- Tap on (…) to continue.
- You will find “Color Text Bubbles” in the keyboard extensions.
- Now, swipe left to view the “Delete” button and then tap on it to remove it permanently.
Wasn’t that easy to follow? We cannot blame the developers, and Apple designed the keyboard in such a way that it could land the consumers in space of confusion. Regardless of the complex method, you can uninstall the keyboard extension permanently and it is the same method for other similar apps.
Now, you can change your iMessage Bubble Color and uninstall with ease, if you are no longer interested in the application. The Color Text Bubbles does lack customization options, but it is a good replacement for the missing feature on the iPhone and iPad.