General BiteSMS quick reply problems

guitarmandp

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The quick reply does not work on two different ios 7 devices I have. On my iPad air if I swipe up it just drags the message but does not give me the ability to reply. On my iPad mini the keyboard pops up when I swipe up but the message disappears and there's nowhere to reply.

There's a million different buttons yet they retired the "reply" button. Why not give people the option of adding that button back. I've paid for 3 different licenses for 3 different devices and 2 don't work. The other only works because I'm still on iOS 6.1.2

Oh yeah and I've tried resetting all settings which does nothing
 
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iParis

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Jul 29, 2008
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Agh. So I finally buy it because with this morning's update they moved the ads to inside the chat log as oppose to the bottom of the conversation list. Well I bought it and now it won't display the menu when you tap on the contact picture / name in the top right unless you have ads enabled. This is ridiculous. Bleh.
 

darricksailo

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Dec 18, 2012
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Agh. So I finally buy it because with this morning's update they moved the ads to inside the chat log as oppose to the bottom of the conversation list. Well I bought it and now it won't display the menu when you tap on the contact picture / name in the top right unless you have ads enabled. This is ridiculous. Bleh.
Read my comment from one of the other threads. I quoted you. It's a bug in 8.1.3, the problem doesn't exist in the public version of 8.0

It will be fixed in 8.1.4
 

Jman13

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Aug 7, 2011
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Columbus, OH
I've never purchased Bite because I'm not a big texter. I maybe send 3-4 a day on average (can you tell I'm in my 30s?). Anyway, what advantages does Bite have over something like Couria, which has really nice quick reply?
 

~Ks383~

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Jul 6, 2011
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BiteSMS quick reply problems

I've never purchased Bite because I'm not a big texter. I maybe send 3-4 a day on average (can you tell I'm in my 30s?). Anyway, what advantages does Bite have over something like Couria, which has really nice quick reply?

If you're not a big texter and all you're looking for is quick reply, not much. BiteSMS does have a lot more features than Couria though. Scheduled SMS sending and muting individual contacts are two that come to mind off the top of my head. I don't have it installed.
 

z06gal

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Aug 30, 2011
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BiteSMS sends me into safe mode every time I try it. Couria, so far, has worked without a hitch but I only want the quick compose/reply feature. ;)