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This Is How You Delete A Text Message AFTER You’ve Sent It
Skip navigation! You tap out a message and hit send — then, your heart thunks to the floor. Oh shit. I should not have sent that after all. Luckily, it's and there are a variety of ways to take back your shame and embarrassment by unsending that irksome message. Some offer a buffer before the message actually hits someone's inbox or phone. Read on to find out how.
Repeat, there is actually a way to delete sent texts before the recipient has opened them. After countless times of wishing we could 'unsend' a risky message after a few drinks, this is the news we've all been waiting for. Praise be the tech gods of the mobile phone world. Privates, which is currently available on Apple iOS though Windows and Android versions are expected to be up next , allows users to recall messages before the recipient opens the message, so obviously speed is paramount if you want the app to work. Speaking to Metro. You can download Privates for free here.
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There are different reasons you may want to recall a text once it is sent. Unfortunately, most types of text messages cannot be recalled once the message has left your device. Depending on how you send the text message it may allow you to check when the recipient has read the message, but only messages sent via certain apps have the capability of being unsent. An iPhone can send two types of text messages by default: an iMessage, which can only be sent to someone who is also using an iPhone or iPad, and an SMS text, which can be sent to any other type of mobile phone. Once you press Send on an SMS message, it is sent and there is nothing you can do to get it back. Unlike an SMS message, iMessages do not use the cell tower network at all, instead hooking into your Wi-Fi or cellular data network and sending the message using your data instead. This gives you the ability to tell if a message has been delivered and even to see if it has been read.