Power Up Your iPhone SMS App with ChatPic

Posted on March 02, 2011

Here is an app that shouldn’t even exist in the first place as Apple should have implemented it in iOS. ChatPic is a new jailbreak app that will show address book photos next to text messages in the SMS app.
For ChatPic to work, you obviously need to add a photo to your contacts, then whenever they text you, you will see their face next to the chat bubble…

ChatPic only works with the stock SMS app. It will not work with apps such as BiteSMS (one of iDB’s favorite jailbreak apps) or iRealSMS. But really, if you have BiteSMS, you don’t really need this as you already have your contact’s picture showing up whenever you receive a new text message from him/her.

Removing an email account from your IPhone

Posted on March 02, 2011


One of my users wanted to know how to remove their email account from their iPhone today. Thought I’d share this with you:

On your iPhone:




1)      From the Main menu
2)      Select “Settings”
3)      Select “Mail, Contacts, Calendars”
4)      Select your Mail Account
5)      Select “Delete Account”

Daily tip: how to create rich HTML email on your iPhone or iPad using Markdown Mail

Posted on March 02, 2011

Curious how to create rich, HTML email iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch? iOS may show you fancy emails but it doesn’t natively support creating them. However, there are tons of apps available that allow you to do so. Which one you choose is really a matter of preference. I’ve tried a couple and found Markdown [...]
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Change your iPhone Text Tone

Posted on March 02, 2011

When it comes to organizations that do everything they can to prevent a consumer from fooling around with their properly earned products, Apple is up there. Maybe behind Sony. As to why Apple thinks adding a different text notification sound is far beyond the want of the average consumer, I don’t know.
I decided to change the text tone anyway. The least intrusive way to do it is to replace an existing file instead of adding one.

  1. Jailbreak phone
  2. Install Cydia on phone
  3. Install OpenSSH on phone through Cydia
  4. Connect phone through wifi on local net. Find IP (through router DHCP table on settings on phone)
  5. Use an ssh+sftp client on computer and logon to the phone. User: root, Pass: alpine.
  6. /System/Library/Audio/UISounds
  7. The text tones, corresponding to how their listed on the sound selection screen are “sms-recieved1.caf” numbered 1 – 6. These are AIFF files.
  8. Get a audio clip to use as your new text tone. Make it a reasonable length in time.
  9. Convert to AIFF. I used WavePad. Its a full service trial for 15 days or so.
  10. Copy the file you want replaced (Electronic, “sms-recieved6.caf” for instance) to computer.
  11. Rename new file to the one you just took off iPhone.
  12. Place new file in same directory as the old one.
  13. Hard respring or reboot.

iPhone : Connecting to the Internet via USB

Posted on March 02, 2011


On your computer.
1.Install iTune on your computer.

On your iPhone.
1. Click the Setting icon.

2. Click General button.

3. Click Network button.

3. Click Internet Tethering button.

4. Switch On the Internet Tethering button.

5. Click USB Only button.

6. Finish.

Continue To Be Connected Together With Your Apple Iphone

Posted on March 02, 2011




On the list of biggest points that men and women desire when they purchase a cell phone is straightforwardness. They wish to have the ability to access their phone guides simply and quickly so the connect in an instant. Apple company knows what people need, and they’ve produced the Apple company i phone with this thought . It can be hard to think that The apple company has loaded so many great features into one tiny device, but the firm furthermore knows what consumers are hunting for in their cellphones. Experimenting with the apple iphone is so much fun. It can be hassle-free to remain in touch with the i phone.

Many of us converse quicker and a lot more effectively than ever before. Cellphones, IM, e-mail and also texting are all an intrinsic component of daily life in the present society. For those who were born into this conversation wave, they expect immediate contact with other people and also facts. This is how the i phone is necessary. Remaining in contact is where the apple iphone shines. It makes contacting and keeping track of your contact lists a breeze. Software along the lines of Facebook make it possible for connecting with your whole interpersonal community with simply a few taps of the screen. As soon as speed dialing was the fastest technique to converse, now along with your apple iphone you are able to connect with simply a touch or two of the screen. This is how you can stay connected with the i phone. And keep in mind that in the event that you happen to be reading through this because you are a business interested in social marketing and advertising trying to create a local mobile monopoly that you need to pay stringent attention to these types of suggestions.


On the list of ways in contact can~you are able to~you’ll be able to~it is possible to} remain in touch along with your apple iphone is to write lists of regularly called numbers. Building these types of lists is enormously hassle-free to do. It makes no big difference exactly what your age or your status is in life, you are going to adore the simplicity and also the handy setup of the i phone. It makes setting up your contacts hassle-free and completely free of headaches. The The apple company apple iphone takes all of the guesswork out of producing a phone call. With simply one finger, you’ll be able to generate a call to any of the folks on your list, either by selecting their name or their contact number. Would you need to make a business call? It really is enormously hassle-free to combine a couple of calls that you’re on so that every person can chat at the exact same time. Nothing could be less complicated! Regardless of whether you’re anyone who has had a cellphone before or you’re a first time user, you’re going to find that the i phone is every thing that you can desire and a lot more. Have a look for yourself and see what the i phone can do for you to make your cellphone calling experience a bit easier. As soon as you observe that the i phone is trouble-free to use, you are going to be convinced.

Do you adore YouTube? Several of us enjoy the videos on this web site. Together with your i phone, you are able to observe and save a video from YouTube and after that deliver it to all of your friends with simply a tap or two of the screen. You are able to remain in touch with your i phone by sharing every thing that you adore with every person that you really like. It can be quick and hassle-free. Additionally you can business call.

Going through i phone issues? There are lots of message boards and web logs that you are able to turn to for expert guidance about methods by which to use your i phone to its optimum possible. You’ll be able to find out a lot more about ways by which to keep connected using your i phone on these message boards. This revolutionary product is one that manages to blend fashion, form and function right into a single product.

Part of the iPhone 5 Appear

Posted on March 02, 2011

From China came the message, after the first component of Apple’s iPhone 5 should have appeared. This talk of the cover of the iPhone display 5, the number of changes in coverage of the iPhone 4 will be brought into comparative light. It looks quite like it, as if trying to Apple, the iPhone 5 for zoom in, while for the size of the device without the need to adjust. That would be a huge advantage for Apple compared to many Android phones with more than 4 inches diagonally, as this may be so they can look big and big enough impression.

To avoid this, you want the display panel at Apple apparently only increased, but not the rest of the cage. This has the consequence that the frame around the screen is much smaller display up on the edge of the lateral exit.
Images from a
Chinese manufacturer could be a size 4 to 4.3-inch screen, with realistic sound habits when the body wants to keep Apple’s iPhone four sizes. Any news Dissolution Apple iPhone 5, but can be ascertained that the
retinal display is used for the future.

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[android-developers] Digest for android-developers@googlegroups.com – 25 Messages in 10 Topics

Posted on March 02, 2011

  Today’s Topic Summary
Group: http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/topics

  • Pop-message [1 Update]
  • Announcing: The Android Developers Union [7 Updates]
  • Is SL4A a better tool to test android Applications [1 Update]
  • touch listener with background service [2 Updates]
  • Gingerbread BroadcastReceiver Issue [2 Updates]
  • How to detect walking [1 Update]
  • Toast not disappearing [1 Update]
  • Launching an app from the quick search box creates a new instance of the app? [2 Updates]
  • User says they can’t uninstall [7 Updates]
  • How to take a picture from a front camera [1 Update]
 Topic: Pop-message

    “Onkar Dhane,Software Developer,Alphabricks Technology pvt. ltd” <dhane.onkar@gmail.com> Mar 01 08:51PM -0800 ^
     
    Hi,i want to show popup message after completing my progress bar
    task.
    i have done with progress bar(Ex. 2min) after completing 2min i want
    to show popup message so how i can achieve this??
    please help me….

     
 Topic: Announcing: The Android Developers Union

    Rich <miserlou@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:10PM -0800 ^
     
    Hello, fellow Android devs!
     
    I’m sure many of you, like myself, have been fed up with Google
    because of their
    lackluster support for the Android market.
    In response, I am forming a Union of Android Developers. The demands
    are laid out here: http://www.andevuni.org/
    This is the statement of intent:
     
    We, the members and supporters of the Android Developers Union,
    are fed up with the conditions of the Android Market. We are tired of
    being treated like sharecroppers on Google’s digital plantation! We
    have compiled a list of seven demands which Google can implement to
    improve the Market. Implementing these demands will absolutely improve
    the working conditions for Android developers, thereby improving the
    Android ecosystem and giving a better experience to our customers.
    If our demands are not met, we will move our applications to
    alternative marketplaces or the web, cease Android development in
    favor of other more open platforms, we will dissuade other developers
    from developing Android projects, and we will work tirelessly to
    counter any of Google’s hypocritical claims about Openness in the
    media.
    These are our demands! They are simple and they are attainable, so
    we hope that Google will do the right thing!
     
    * Renegotiation of the 32% Google-tax on applications sales
    * Remedy to the Order of Entry Effect
    * Public Bug Tracking
    * Increased Payment Options
    * Codified Rules and a Removal Appeal Process
    * Communication and Engineering Liaison
    * Algorithmic Transparency
     
    Please! Join the mailing list, sign the petition, and make a stink!
    We are doing this because we _love Android_ and we want it to thrive,
    which it can’t
    do until we developers and our customers are treated fairly and given
    a reasonable
    place to sell our wares!
     
    Thanks very much for your attention!.
    Rich

     

    “Maps.Huge.Info (Maps API Guru)” <coryat@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:18PM -0800 ^
     
    This is silly. Can’t you find something better to do?
     
    -John Coryat

     

    Justin Anderson <magouyaware@gmail.com> Mar 01 07:22PM -0700 ^
     
    Oh please…. This is ridiculous. Sure, Android development and Google has
    its problems. But it is by far better than any other development platform
    out there.
     
    I have friends who develop for WebOS, iPhone, and Windows Mobile 7…
    Android development (and even the meager support received) is far superior
    and we have a lot less crap to deal with than the others.
     
    Good luck on a worthless cause…
     

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Mar 01 08:27PM -0600 ^
     

    > Please! Join the mailing list, sign the petition, and make a stink!
     
     
    While I appreciate your effort and agree with your intent, this is rather
    pointless. Your phrasing is childish and the graphic on the site is comical
    at best. No one is going to take this seriously – particularly the people
    that you’re targeting.
     
    Here’s some fun reading:
     
    http://groups.google.com/group/android-discuss/browse_thread/thread/83659b76bb8c8799?pli=1
    http://groups.google.com/group/android-developers/msg/ab94cdf1c46d90d2
     
    ————————————————————————————————-
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> – Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Rich <miserlou@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:56PM -0800 ^
     
    How is it silly? Many developers have had their apps removed without
    warning and it’s frankly unacceptable. I make my _living_ off of
    application develop and this kind of instability is intolerable,
    especially considering that Google has taxed me out of over ten
    thousand dollars.
     
    Just because market conditions are better than other places, doesn’t
    mean that they are good, and not worth improving. (And, quite frankly,
    there are many reasons which Apple’s App Store are superior in terms
    of curation, quality, and customer navigability of new apps.)
     
    And yes, of course the aesthetic is a tongue in cheek joke, but the
    demands are very real.
     
    R
     

     

    Romain Guy <romainguy@android.com> Mar 01 07:31PM -0800 ^
     
    Rich,
     
    I am very sorry you feel this way. However, setting up an online form that
    may be used by anyone to spam a few individuals working on Android is not
    the appropriate solution (especially since these individuals, including
    myself, do *not* work on Market.)
     
     

    Romain Guy
    Android framework engineer
    romainguy@android.com
     
    Note: please don’t send private questions to me, as I don’t have time to
    provide private support. All such questions should be posted on public
    forums, where I and others can see and answer them

     

    morrildl <morrildl@google.com> Mar 01 07:38PM -0800 ^
     
    I’m sorry you are not satisfied with the experience you’ve had with
    Android Market so far. I look forward to seeing your applications on
    other platforms.
     
    Please note that the page you have put up encourages people to send
    unsolicited email of a commercial nature in bulk. Spamming or a call
    to spam someone is an unacceptable use of this group. Please review
    the group charter at http://source.android.com/community/groups-charter.html
    and reconsider your spam campaign.
     
    - Dan
     

     
 Topic: Is SL4A a better tool to test android Applications

    “A. Elk” <lancaster.dambusters@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:56PM -0800 ^
     
    Although you don’t have to have a developer phone (debug access) for
    every type of testing, you do need one to run some of the developer
    tools like Hierarchyviewer.
     
    Also, remember that you can’t do unit testing on applications that
    aren’t yours, even if you happen to know their internal details. Your
    application and test package have to be signed with the same key.
     
    The OP still hasn’t answered my question about why he’s trying to test
    applications that he doesn’t seem to own. That question may be beyond
    the scope of this forum.
     

     
 Topic: touch listener with background service

    sleith <raysleith@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:26PM -0800 ^
     
    hi
    is there a way to get touch listener even if the app is on background
    or using service?
     
    i need to get the x y position.
    thanks

     

    Justin Anderson <magouyaware@gmail.com> Mar 01 07:46PM -0700 ^
     
    no
     

     
 Topic: Gingerbread BroadcastReceiver Issue

    ip332 <iprilepov@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:08PM -0800 ^
     
    Jake,
     
    Regarding “onStartCommand isn’t called” after restart.
    This is more like a terminology problem: when Android “restarts” the
    service it actually “recreates” i.e. calls onCreate() method only.
    onStartCommand() is not called because nobody requested this service
    directly (e.g. no other process issues callService())
     
    Do your initialization inside onCreate() but keep return START_STICKY
    in the onStartCommand().
     
    BTW: you don’t need to wait for an hour to recreate the kill/create
    scenario: use DDMS to manually kill your service.
     
    Good luck
    Igor

     

    Jake Basile <jakerbasile@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:15PM -0800 ^
     
    My issue was that according to the documentation, onStartCommand would be
    called, but with a null intent. Dianne confirmed it was an error in 2.3/3.0
    and will be fixed in the next platform release.
     
    Using onCreate did solve the problem though, as said above.
     
    I never thought to try DDMS. The next time something like this pops up, I’ll
    check it out.

     
 Topic: How to detect walking

    gjs <garyjamessilva@gmail.com> Mar 01 05:46PM -0800 ^
     
    Hi,
     
    > …however since GPS drains battery badly…
     
    I don’t find GPS battery drain is that bad, having done battery run
    down testing on Nexus S with GPS running for 8 1/4 hours continuous &
    still had 47% battery remaining.
     
    Your mileage may vary.
     
    Regards
     
    On Mar 2, 1:23 am, Marcin Orlowski <webnet.andr…@gmail.com> wrote:

     
 Topic: Toast not disappearing

    vnv <nikola1010@gmail.com> Mar 01 05:36PM -0800 ^
     
    > Hi,
     
    > No unfortunately that didn’t work.
     
    Just for a try…. always put Log.d() or whatever…… if you see
    constantly repeating output message…. you have while(1) problem and
    it’s easier to notice it.

     
 Topic: Launching an app from the quick search box creates a new instance of the app?

    ZEAN QIN <qinzean@gmail.com> Mar 01 04:04PM -0800 ^
     
    Thanks for your time.
     
    I’ve fixed the crash problem. Now it behaves normal.
     
    There are a few activities in my app.
    At the moment, a typical life-cycle of my app can be:
     
    1. Click the icon on the launch menu to create activity A,
    2. Create activity B from activity A
    3. Click “HOME” button to send the app to the background
    4. Search for this app in the quick search box, click the icon from the
    result list
    5. The previous task comes to foreground and a new activity A’ is
    launched into the task
    6. Click the “BACK” button to kill activity A’
    7. Click the “BACK” button to kill activity B
    8. Click the “BACK” button to kill activity A and quit the app.
     
    But ideally, I want it behaves like this:
     
    1. Click the icon on the launch menu to create activity A,
    2. Create activity B from activity A
    3. Click “HOME” button to send the app to the background
    4. Search for this app in the quick search box, click the icon from the
    result list
    5. The previous task comes to foreground and the instance of activity A
    brought to the front to interact with the user
    6. Click the “BACK” button to kill activity A
    7. Click the “BACK” button to kill activity B and quit the app.
     
    The “singleTop” solution doesn’t solve this problem perfectly.
     
    I’ve noticed the Google “Talk” app can handle this very well and behaves in
    the second way. I wonder how it does it.
     
    The reason I raise this post is that the first behavior of the app may be
    confusing to the users. I am not sure what the general users expect, but if
    they do expect that behavior, I am pretty happy with the first solution.
     
    Thanks

     

    Dianne Hackborn <hackbod@android.com> Mar 01 05:33PM -0800 ^
     
    You can use “adb shell dumpsys activity” to see all of the activity stacks,
    if you want to see what another app is doing.
     
     

    Dianne Hackborn
    Android framework engineer
    hackbod@android.com
     
    Note: please don’t send private questions to me, as I don’t have time to
    provide private support, and so won’t reply to such e-mails. All such
    questions should be posted on public forums, where I and others can see and
    answer them.

     
 Topic: User says they can’t uninstall

    rich friedel <rich.friedel@gmail.com> Mar 01 03:55PM -0800 ^
     
    I am curious…
     
    I just had a comment posted for my app and they claim that they couldn’t uninstall my application.
     
    My initial reaction is that they just don’t know what they’re doing and are blaming my app. However, I wanted to see if anyone else has heard of that happening.

     

    Marcin Orlowski <webnet.android@gmail.com> Mar 02 01:14AM +0100 ^
     

    > My initial reaction is that they just don’t know what they’re doing and are blaming my app.
     
    Because even if they do not know what they are doing it’s still your fault.
     
    > However, I wanted to see if anyone else has heard of that happening.
     
    Yes, silly user comments happen all the time.
     

    Regards,
    Marcin

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:26PM -0600 ^
     

    > However, I wanted to see if anyone else has heard of that happening.
     
     
    More than likely, this is yet another bug in the Android Market.
     
    I got an email from a user 10 days ago – they upgraded to my paid app and
    tried to uninstall the free app through Market. It disappeared from their
    list of downloads, but was still on the phone. Apparently it was also
    causing his phone to crash. Awesome.
     
    When I instructed him to try to uninstall via the phone system settings,
    that worked just fine for him.
     
    Unfortunately many users believe the Market to be the sole app manager and
    think it’s the only way to uninstall apps. So when things go wrong they of
    course they blame you. I got lucky and got an email, but getting blamed for
    Market issues is a sad reality. Like when they’re stuck on “downloading” or
    “authorizing purchase” and think it’s a problem with your app.
     
    It’s bad enough the Market is a bad as it is and there’s no support for it -
    to get blamed for their problems and having to support the
    issues yourself on top of that is just adding insult to injury.
     
    ————————————————————————————————-
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> – Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    rich friedel <rich.friedel@gmail.com> Mar 01 07:43PM -0500 ^
     
    You make a good point about the possibility of the market messing up.
     
    Yeah, I really wish they would send an email so I could help them.
    Personally I think your idea of using your site to “respond” to user’s
    comments is brilliant! It’s just too bad the user will probably never see
    the response. I’m going to start doing something similiar.
     
    Also, thinking about displaying a dialog upon first opening (after they
    install) telling them to please contact me if an issue arises.
    > On Tue, Mar 1, 2011 at 5:55 PM, rich friedel <rich.friedel@gmail.com>
    wrote:
     
    > Unfortunately many users believe the Market to be the sole app manager and
    > think it’s the only way to uninstall apps. So when things go wrong they of
    > course they blame you. I got lucky and got an email, but getting blamed
    for
    > Market issues is a sad reality. Like when they’re stuck on “downloading”
    or
    > “authorizing purchase” and think it’s a problem with your app.
     
    > It’s bad enough the Market is a bad as it is and there’s no support for it
    -
    > to get blamed for their problems and having to support the
    > issues yourself on top of that is just adding insult to injury.
     
    ————————————————————————————————-

     

    TreKing <trekingapp@gmail.com> Mar 01 06:48PM -0600 ^
     

    > It’s just too bad the user will probably never see the response. I’m going
    > to start doing something similiar.
     
    My app is rigged to check the blog and alert the users – so they do see it.
    At least until they uncheck the option.
    I’m slowly but surely educating the users that the Market is not a support
    channel.
     
    I’ve had several people update their comments and email me after I responded
    to them. Although I’ve also had one guy go from 2 stars to 1 star after I
    responded. You might consider not being a sarcastic ass when addressing
    *your* users. Personally, I can’t help myself ;-)
     
    > Also, thinking about displaying a dialog upon first opening (after they
    > install) telling them to please contact me if an issue arises.
     
    I do that as well. Every little bit helps.
     
    ————————————————————————————————-
    TreKing <http://sites.google.com/site/rezmobileapps/treking> – Chicago
    transit tracking app for Android-powered devices

     

    Riyad <rkalla@gmail.com> Mar 01 05:19PM -0800 ^
     
    > responded. You might consider not being a sarcastic ass when addressing
    > *your* users. Personally, I can’t help myself ;-)
     
    lol, the trials and tribulations of a developer being forced into the
    customer-support role from time to time :)

     

    DanH <danhicks@ieee.org> Mar 01 05:26PM -0800 ^
     
    Yeah, I’ve never really cared for users — not really sure what good
    they are (other than for testing). Life would be a lot easier without
    ‘em.
     

     
 Topic: How to take a picture from a front camera

    “Igor Nesralla Ribeiro” <nesralla@gmail.com> Mar 01 09:34PM -0300 ^
     
    Hi,
     

     
    I have a question …how to take a Picture from a front câmera …. And throw
    it into a imageview…
     

     
    Thanks in advance
     
    Igor Nesralla Ribeiro

     


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Group Text! IPA App Version 1.9

Posted on March 02, 2011

Group Text! IPA App Version 1.9Group Text! IPA App Version 1.9

Description
Once you create a list, you no longer have to select contacts one-by-one for a group message. Simply tap on the list or group
name and you are ready to send! And if you need to send the same message many times, just save it as a template and pick it later to auto populate the text of your message.

Group Text! uses your text plan to send messages and replies are received on the iPhone Messages
application as usual.

Features:
-
send mass text messages
- easy and quick interface
- use address book groups;
- handpick set of contacts from address book
- select / deselect single recipients in groups and lists
- create and manage distribution lists from address book or manually entering recipients information
- distribution lists are very useful if you have contacts with more than one
phone number or if you don’t want to create groups only to group text them
- optionally create and use message templates
- setting to show all or only
mobile numbers
- optional char counter with total used chars, size of the texts, number of the texts and remaining chars before an additional text is required.
- save or load recipients from / to csv documents
- exchange csv documents by E-Mail or
iTunes
- print lists (iOS4.2 and supported printer required)
- iPhone 4 retina display ready
- visually impaired users can fully control the app with VoiceOver+


Note: the app can’t use your existing groups when syncing with Exchange. You can however create lists in the app and use them.

IMPORTANT NOTE :
If you’re experiencing issues sending to large groups, check the setting of “Group Messaging” on the iPhone settings. If the option is available, set it to OFF (yes OFF) to be able to send to large groups. If it’s on, the iPhone will try to send MMS instead of SMS and will fail to send to large groups.
What’s new in Version 1.9
- new char counter that displays: total number of chars, size of each text and number of texts required to send the message, remaining chars before an additional text is required. This
feature is mostly useful to users that don’t have a flat text plan.
- now you can edit the information of a recipient in a list
- fixed a bug that in some case prevented the app to
save the lists

IPA size 0.8 MB
LANGUAGES: English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
REQUIREMENTS: Compatible with iPhone. Requires iOS 4.0 or later.





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New App Cydia – Beautify the iPhone SMS app with ChatPic

Posted on March 02, 2011

Today we present to you where the previous
application that Apple should integrate new IOS in: ChatPic. This application jailbreak to put photos from your contacts right next to a text message chat bubbles in the iPhone App.

This application only works with standard SMS application on the iPhone and not recognized as an SMS Apps iRealSMS biteSMS or third parties from Cydia Store. ChatPic evaluate the iPhone SMS features and personal. To use ChatPic jailbroken iPhone is required. The application itself can be found through Cydia Store for $ 0.99.

In our tests, there are some minor issues, not all
images have been displayed in the chat. For example, to work perfectly with the photo contacts A and B contacts are not displayed, even if it is
saved.

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