One of the most useful iPhone hacks I’ve ever learned (along with the feature that allows you to leave a group text), is, in fact, the group text. The best part is: you don’t have to go download a group text app such as groupme. Apple has included it in the iPhone operating systems. Ever since the introduction of this incredible feature, groups of friends have been able to include everyone on the making of plans; which usually is a good thing, unless one of your group text members is one of those people who only speaks via memes. But you know what? I believe that group texts were made for meme users too. I have endured some epic meme battles over the past few years. In fact, in a group text you can send text, pictures, videos, and emojis. You can also send a group text from computer. It is true that group texting can be fun . However, it can also be unproductive, so I would advise you to only add people that you deem mature enough to handle to power of the gt. I would also advise you to make sure that the group you are creating consists of only iPhone users. When you put Androids or other cell phones into the mix, there are often issues that can ruin the group text. I have had a group text with some friends who are all iPhone users but one, and the thing glitches every time a text is sent from the guy that uses an Android. I’m not preaching against Androids here. I’m simply recommending that you don’t start group texts that contain iPhones and Androids. I am also recommending that you purchase an iPhone. In this video, I will just give a basic explanation of what a group text is, as well as give instructions on how it’s done. You’ll be mass texting/ meme bombing your friends in no time!