We love shortcuts and tweaks when it comes to improving the efficiency of our favorite gadgets and devices, specially Apple iPhone in this case. Sometimes you are in a hurry, and all you want somehow is to respond to SMS messages, iMessages or even WhatsApp messages quickly without really waiting for the whole app to open. Apparently, Apple avoids adding this feature to its native iOS including the iPhone, but for sure jailbreaking can do so. Studies show that nearly 43% of the population owns an Apple iPhone. While buying an iPhone outright can be expensive, taking out a loan to buy one is one method. Here is a list of top 3 jailbreak tools for iPhone that allows you to add quick response features to your device!
Top Three iPhone Jailbreak Tools To Respond To SMS Messages Quickly
This tweak will simply allow you to quickly reply to a text message by SMS or iMessage without having to open the Messages application, this from the Lockscreen, from a contact card, from a notification banner or from the center notifications for example.
We have found BiteSMS to be a bit more useful and advanced when it comes to providing you with a quick response. BiteSMS has been available for years now, but the tweak has just gotten better over the years. It comes with a variety of options like instant reply, instant dial, cue messages, auto reminder, auto forward and many more. Also, BiteSMS is capable of producing delivery reports when you send SMS via sound.
You can download BiteSMS from the BigBoss repo under Cydia App Store.
# QuickReply For SMS:
Now this is another interesting tweak that come straight from the jailbreak community. QuickReply for SMS simply interacts with the functionality of the built-in SMS app on your iPhone, and boost it according to your needs. The latest version is also able to display contact information along with messages and let you reply to an ongoing conversation instantly!
The tweak is available on the Cydia App Store for $ 2.99.
You can try one of these tools which allows you to add quick SMS response features to the native app on your iPhone. Let us know your point of view via the comments section below.