The new iOS 10 Messages app is splitting opinion, to say the least. Goodbye simplicity! Hello stickers, games, apps, GIFs and handwritten notes.
Those curmudgeons aggrieved by the Snachatification of Messages may take comfort by a new sticker pack that’ll enable them to correct their friends’ grammatical ills.
The new Grammar Snob pack, which is $0.99, will enable those inclined to add scribbles and corrections - in red ink of course - to the your/you’re miscreants of the world.
There are pages of these corrections (via Buzzfeed), along with a variety of scribbles and big red crosses that will bring out your inner English teacher.
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The developer, John Haney, is even accepting submissions from Twitter for forthcoming updates.
iOS 10 arrived for the masses on Tuesday. Those who've upgraded can tapping the new arrow next to the compose field.
From there users can tap the App Store, select Store and search for Grammar Snob to install.
From a personal perspective, I was struggling to get on board with the new Messages app, but I’m all in now.
*Triple checks this article for possible grammar errors and ironic reprisals.*