With the release of iOS 10 to the public this week, Apple launched a brand new version of iMessage, which brings with it a number of new features, including its own app store.

Within this app store, you can find a number of add-ons for iMessage to use new features right from your messages.

There are a ton of interesting apps out there already, but one that is particularly interesting is Grammar Snob.

Grammar Snob is an app that allows you to correct text from iMessage with a number of stickers, with this you can correct your friends’ sentences with a red-penned cross and then replace it with the appropriate suggestion.

You will do this by dragging a sticker from the app bar, onto the message.

Sadly, there’s way to remove a placed sticker, and they won’t work with Android properly, but if you are still interested, you can check out Grammar Snob at the source link below.

It costs 79p or 99 cents in the US.

Source: iTunes App Store

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