Posts Tagged ‘BiteSMS’

Looking for a BiteSMS alternative on iOS 9 / 9.0.2 for your iPhone or iPad? Here we take a look at a number of jailbreak tweaks using which you can restore some of the functionality and experience of BiteSMS back on your jailbroken iOS 9 device.

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iOS 8’s Quick Reply feature is great and all, but it is still limited in a lot of ways. For one you can’t use it to send a message from anywhere in iOS. With BiteSMS now defunct, Couria has just been updated to fill that gap on jailbroken devices running the latest iOS 8.4.

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Some jailbreak tweaks are worth the hassle of jailbreaking your iPhone all on their own, and Delicious Inc’s BiteSMS is one tweak that definitely falls into that category. BiteSMS has been around for a long time, and it just keeps getting better and better.

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BiteSMS, the popular jailbreak app that displaces the stock iOS Messages with its much-celebrated, feature-rich take on messaging functionality, has finally shaken off the beta label, and the public release of BiteSMS 8 is upon us.

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The popular BiteSMS app has just been updated with full support for iPhone 5s. The BiteSMS team have been pushing out builds thick and fast over the festive season. In the last eleven days there has been a total of six releases to the BiteSMS test repository, with each one completing a small part of the puzzle that will ultimately involve a release of stable version of BiteSMS that supports the latest firmware as well as modern iPhones with 64-bit processors.

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It’s amazing how jailbreaking seems to go in waves. We have those busy spells where all we ever seem to hear about is new tweaks and apps hitting Cydia that should, hopefully, blow our minds and change the way we use our iOS devices. Then we have a period like the one that we’ve just come out of, where interest seems to wane and jailbreaking almost slips into hibernation.

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The relatively rushed nature of the Evasi0n7 jailbreak means that certain fundamental aspects such as Cydia and MobileSubstrate had been relegated to the background in favor of the release. Jay Freeman and his willing helpers have managed to get Cydia updated for iOS 7, but as we wait for a MobileSubstrate announcement, the BiteSMS team has made an announcement of their own.

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Although Cydia is rammed to the rafters with packages, apps and extensions, the majority of us still have our favorite tweaks that we always go for every time we jailbreak our devices. Personally speaking I am a long time jailbreaker and over the years have tried out more packages than I care to remember. In fact, I dread to think how much money I have spent on the Cydia store in the pursuit of find those perfect tweaks that perfectly compliment my iOS experience.

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BiteSMS is one of the most popular, premium tweaks available on the Cydia store and functions as a full replacement for the native messages application that ships with iOS. The popularity of BiteSMS spawns from the fact that it addresses serious functionality flaws that exist in the default messaging application. For those that have been using BiteSMS since the beginning in 2008, the current 6.0 release will seem a million miles away from the bare bones tweak of version 1.12 which featured a character counter as its most notable update.

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Good news for iOS 5 beta testers! biteSMS – the popular Messages.app replacement – is now compatible with all betas of iOS 5.

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Many iPhone users are familiar with BiteSMS, a replacement for iOS’ built-in SMS app with many extra features. If you’ve jailbroken your iPhone with JailbreakMe 3.0, you’re probably aware that this app was broken on devices that were jailbroken using the tool, and actually had the capability to render those useless, until now. BiteSMS 5.5 Beta 1, which has now reached Cydia, is said to work on devices jailbroken with JailbreakMe 3.0 perfectly.

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