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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by lildbiggielil, Aug 6, 2008.
Not anything exciting till it hits the app store.
It's not even finished, let alone through Apple's vetting process.
I'll believe it when I see it in the App Store.
It's only for sending MMS, not receiving it. Receiving MMS is not possible in the App Store unless Apple releases an app doing it.
it can recieve mms its kinda like the mail app, send and revieve messages like you would mail,like in the facebook app, with push notification on its way it september everything will work fine sending and recieving
If you're in the UK MMS on the iPhone is possible via o2.mms.net. Ok you have to send the photo via an email gateway but at least it works. I've sent and received them successfully. I also believe the developer is not long off releasing a native app to make the process slicker.
Why do people keep posting jailbreak apps in the app store forum?
I don't see Apple approving this app.
Nor do I.
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This is true for the united states as well. It's just easier if there was a native mms especially for receiving.
Sounds like an app to fill the need, but atm it's all talk.
I have been using email to send and recieve MMS just fine. All I had to do was setup an email address for my friends phone number and they had to add my email as a number. Works great and I have the benefit of having access to all the pics from my computer. Sure they forget sometimes and I have to go to that lame ATT viewmymessage site but usually it works great.
The problem with any unofficial MMS app whether it be in the app store or for jailbroken phones when your carrier is AT&T is that if you have an iPhone plan then MMS is not enabled on your account, you can call AT&T and have the MMS pay per use feature added *BUT* their system thinks that is invalid for iPhone plans so in overnight batch it removes the feature.
I played around with SwirlyMMS when it was first coming out and found that out the hard way after spending considerable amount of time on the phone with AT&T.
I have to question the developer's claim to be able to support push notifications come September though, just how are they going to accomplish that feat? To do that they would need a server that listens for MMS messages sent to you, then notify you that you have a new MMS and I am pretty sure you can't setup a service like that with your actual phone number.
well i spoke 2 da dude that is makin it and he does have a legit idea jus it will take some time to do and he told me hes not violateing the sdk and how his app is suppose 2 work
Did he speak in English or the garblese above?
I don't believe that's true. The MMS specification is quite complicated, and there is simply no way to build an app that fully supports it without full baseband access.
You can get that on a jailbroken phone, but the official SDK doesn't permit anything like that level of access.
I'm handling everything everyones complaning about
I could get official recognition from ATT and Apple but that would take to long. And push works like email the server traces back and forth between numbers as for now it will work iPhone to iPhone I'm working on a way to get it from iPhone to anyphone but that takes more time I'm doing this and trying to get in the app store with out violating the SDK. Beacause that would be bad
da garbage i was speaking