Apple releases iMessage app store, check out some suggestions

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On Monday night (12), less than 24 hours before the launch of iOS 10, Apple released the iMessage app store. The feature, which is one of the great new features of the system, allows users to download applications and extensions to perform various actions in a conversation, such as adding a special keyboard for text translation and using the weather forecast tool.

Through the store, it is possible to find packages of stickers, apps and games. For the launch, Apple spared no effort in presenting many download options. Featured are the stickers of the awaited game Super Mario Run, from Nintendo, and apps from Disney, Bandai and Sanrio. There are also tools optimized for iMessage, such as Scanner Pro, The IMDb Movies & TV and the moving photos app Polaroid Swing. Just like the App Store, the iMessage store features free and some paid apps.

Check out a summary of good apps available in the store:


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The store looks the same as the App Store. That way, users will not find it difficult to download and install applications on the messenger. The installation is even carried out automatically, when the virtual button “Install” is pressed. Then, just tap on the conversation store icon to find the list of all downloaded apps.

You were curious to know more about the new iOS, see our article that brings all the news of the system. If you are already using the iMessage store and have suggestions or questions, comment here to exchange experience about this new feature.

via 9to5mac