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How to use Verizon Messages (Message+) on Apple® devices
Verizon Messages (Message+) is a texting app that lets you sync your texting conversations across all your compatible devices.
To learn more about Verizon Messages (Message+), visit our Verizon Messages (Message+) FAQs.
Using Android™? Go to our How to Use Verizon Messages (Message+) on Android page.
Select a topic below to see step-by-step instructions:
Set Up Verizon Messages (Message+) on iPhone
Set Up Verizon Messages (Message+) on iPad
Remove a Device from Your Account
Take, Edit and Send a Picture
Record, Edit and Send a Video
Find and Send from the Web
Send a Glympse®
Set Up Auto-Reply
Turn Off Auto-Reply
Create a Group Message
Access Details and Manage a Group
Mute a Group Conversation
Upload a Profile Picture or Avatar
Customize the Appearance of Conversations
Customize the Background of a Specific Conversation
Schedule a Message
Cancel a Scheduled Message
Send an eGift
Add a Credit Card for Sending eGifts
Remove an eGift Credit Card
Change your eGift Credit Card PIN
Reset your eGift Credit Card PIN
Buy Data and Send it to a Verizon Wireless Customer
Confirm HD Voice is Enabled on your iPhone
Set or Update your Emergency Address
Enable the Calling Feature on iPad
Turn the Calling Feature On and Off
Make a Call Through Verizon Messages (Message+) on iPhone or iPad
Set Up and Manage your Verizon Messages (Message+) Account
To use Verizon Messages (Message+), you need a compatible device. You can download Verizon Messages (Message+) through the Apple® App Store® on your device for no charge.*
*Data charges may apply while downloading if connected to the Verizon Wireless network.
Steps vary by operating system and device type:
Delete Messages and Conversations
Personalize your Experience
Use Message Scheduling
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