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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

WifiSMS: Send iPhone SMS Messages Directly From Your Desktop Web Browser

Are you looking for a more convenient way to send and receive your iPhone SMS messages throughout the day?

If so, then WifiSMS might just be the jailbreak tweak that you’ve been looking for. Unlike apps like Google voice where you can send and receive texts from a totally new number and interface, WifiSMS is basically a replica of the iPhone’s SMS messaging system displayed on your desktop monitor.

As a result, you get an instantly familiar interface that’s a cinch to set up. Check inside for all of the details on this must try jailbreak tweak…

WifiSMS allows you to connect to your iPhone via its Wi-Fi IP address, and interact directly with the SMS database stored on your iPhone. That means that all of your preexisting conversations are there, along with the photos, videos, and emoji icons contained within.

It’s just like using the iPhone’s native SMS app, except in a much larger, and easily accessible format. There’s even notifications, and the awfully familiar stock SMS sounds that we’ve grown accustomed to over the years.

I recommend saving the address in your browser’s bookmarks, that way your SMS messages will be quickly accessible throughout the day as long as your iPhone’s Wi-Fi access is active.

Bottom line, WifiSMS is a great tool for those of you who would like to be able to manage their SMS message throughout the day, without having to be tethered to a 3.5″ screen.

Even better, it’s free on Cydia’s BigBoss repo if your iPhone is jailbroken.

Have you tried WifiSMS? Perhaps you tried it when it was called TreasonSMS? Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below.

- Posted using BlogPress from my iPad 2


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