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# 33190 2-May-2009 14:08
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Major new features apparently are voice recorder, save received audio MMS as ringtone or alert sound, custom MMS alert sounds, reply via SMS, delivery status feedback, signatures, GPS support and integration with Google Maps for GPS locations. Oh, and they've updated the application icon (I prefer the old one ...)

Install via Cydia to your jailbroken iPhone. There's a demo version available - note, the demo replaces v1.3.2 if you've already got it installed. Presumably you can reinstall the older version if you don't want to upgrade (?).

Upgrade price of $US6 from v1.3.2 or $US12 for new licence. Payment is via Cydia store instead of PayPal.

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  # 211693 2-May-2009 15:19
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Actually, the demo version no longer lets you send (or receive?) an MMS (unlike the 14 day trial which was in v1.x).
You can pay using PayPal too, and the downgrade back to v1.3.2 works fine.

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  # 211855 3-May-2009 10:45
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so if we have paid for the original it should only be another $6?

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  # 211871 3-May-2009 13:54
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Why pay for this app when the next iphone firmware upgrade has MMS built-in. It works quite nicely on the beta though it could do with an adjustment on the quality of the pic sent. 

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  # 212551 5-May-2009 15:58
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SubZer0: Why pay for this app when the next iphone firmware upgrade has MMS built-in. It works quite nicely on the beta though it could do with an adjustment on the quality of the pic sent. 

Might come handy for those of us that have a 1st gen iPhone, as the MMS on the 3.0 software is only supported on 3G iPhones I believe.

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  # 221819 4-Jun-2009 22:06
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Apparently SwirlyMMS v2.2 will allow you to send MMS messages over their SwirlyNet (tm) network for free
(but don't I need to transport the data over the mobile network to get to their network? and data traffic is what I pay for currently anyway I think).

And (apparently) version v2.1 is OS v3.0 compatible, is faster, has customisable subfolders, and supports 3gp video format.

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