Yesterday, we shared the news about an SMS security vulnerability allowing spoofing that was uncovered by Pod2g. So, will there be a fix in iOS 6 or even a patch for iOS 5? Well, Apple says there's already a solution.
A new jailbreak application promises to attempt to recover users' deleted SMS messages, by scanning through an iPhone's SMS database and Spotlight index. The application is called "Undelete SMS," and it's currently available to download in Cydia for around seven dollars.
If you find the built-in Messages app a little boring, be sure to check out SMSEnhancer: A new jailbreak tweak that adds profile pictures and timestamps to the SMS messages you receive on a jailbroken iPhone handset. Currently, the tweak is available in Cydia for $0.99.
For most the contacts app included on the iPhone is good enough. However, for those who are feeling unsatisfied with Apple's offering can check out the apps in this AppGuide to get more functionality. We have also updated this AppGuide to include Tacts, which is amazingly intuitive as well as feature rich.
Sure, Apple's new iMesseger may have been announced recently, but with so many people without iDevices, it may be of use to look at these texting app and dodge the bill that you carrier is eager to give to you.
Keeping tabs on all your contacts can be a tough task. Without proper grouping and organization, sending a message out to a group of folks will take some time and effort. FlickAddress - Manage Contacts takes contact management to a whole new level with group messaging and organization.
Have you ever wanted a better way to manage your contacts? When iOS 4.2 was released, the addition of folders should have been extended to the contacts application. Without better grouping options, it's a little frustrating trying to manage all those contacts. Groups! Free lets you take control of your contacts, while adding a few useful features along the way.
The iPhone, as you probably have realized by now, doesn't have many of the basic telephony and texting features that regular "dumb phones" have. One example is SMS delivery notifications. It can be very helpful, but iOS doesn't natively support it, so what can you do when you need it?
Apple has recently been awarded a patent which could allow iPhone owners to filter outgoing messages sent on their handsets. Some have also mused that this patent could put an end to "sexting" for some. Read on to find out more...
Google Voice-enabled apps are back in the App Store, including Messenger for Google Voice. This great app gives users an SMS-like Google Voice experience on their iPhone handsets for $2.99. Read on to find out more...
If you were looking for a reason to jailbreak your iPhone, then read on to find out about biteSMS. This great app (which is available in Cydia), is probably the best jailbreak application I've ever encountered. Click the headline to discover why...
We often will repeat the same phrases in SMS messages throughout the day, week, month, etc. How about making templates and assigning people to them for the quickest way to get the message out to people? Well then friends, sit down, relax, and pop open some Canned.