By default, any texts you ship to a tool that doesn’t have iMessage turned on present up as a harsh, vibrant green bubble. It’s a really apparent sign that you simply aren’t texting any person with an Apple machine and shedding out on issues like smoother group chats and snazzy message results. Frankly, these green texts will also be tough to parse, one thing Google has identified on its “Get the Message” website.
To make green texts extra readable, you’ll have to dive a bit into your iPhone’s settings, however the choice is simple to flip on as soon as you already know the place to look. Here’s how to do it:
Then hop on over to the Messages app and discover the final dialog the place you despatched texts as an alternative of iMessages. Instead of the neon green, your messages can be a darker forest green, and for my part, it appears manner higher.
Note that this setting will increase distinction throughout the Messages app, so you could discover a number of different adjustments as properly. iMessages are a a lot darker blue, for instance, and the border across the textual content enter subject has a extra seen define. Those don’t trouble me, so I’ll most likely preserve elevated distinction on for the much-improved green bubbles.