Another spectacular tweak from DRComputer “Awesome” series.
***** SUPPORTING iMessage! *****
With AQM you can:
1. Read and reply iMessages and SMSs from any places of your iPhone with an iOS-like popup style without switching or closing the app you are in!
2. Reply iMessages and SMSs directly from Lockscreen, sliding the usual message banner to open the popup;
3. Open a Quick Compose popup (with an Activator gesture) to send your iMessages and SMSs quickly from everywhere (this feature support the other DRComputer tweak “VMK+Groups” to send SMS to a group very fast);
4. Both Quick Reply and Quick Compose are fully customizable (with presetted skins or custom combination colors).
Note1: a settings icon will be added to SpringBoard
Note2: iMessages from Quick Compose can be sent (for now) only to a telephone number, not to an email address (Quick Reply instead works with all)
Note3: this tweak as been tested only with Latin characters (oriental languages may have some unknown issues)
Note4: Crashes or bad behaviors are caused by the interaction with other tweaks. We cannot grant full compatibility with other tweaks.
Note5: If you reply to an iMessage, all those previously received from the same contact are marked as read. We are working to fix this.
New in version 1.2:
- You can attach images in Quick Compose and Reply;
- You can have a quick preview of the images received while “Quick Replying”;
- The bug of the “+p” in some countries should be solved (please, report me if it’s not solved);
- Lots of fixes and improvements;
- The bug of the “rotating lock screen” should be solved;
- Added support for favorites: you can add them in the settings app. Favorites will be shown on top of the Quick Compose list;
- You can quick compose to someone that’s not in your address book typing the number directly in the address field;
- You can see email addresses in the quick compose list just enabling them in the settings app (useful for those sending iMessages to email addresses).
- Fixed a bug when quick replying from NC, reply was always a SMS and never an iMessage.