While the vast majority of modern messaging apps is capable of transferring messages, making audio and video calls, displaying user location on maps, expressing your thoughts via bright stickers and much more, iMessage can only brag about its Apple origin. Apple’s famous product, or rather, its mobile version, didn’t even support file transfers. That is until one developer under the name iMokhles decided to change the situation.
Thanks to his innovation – a new extension for jailbroken devices iMAllFile9 — users can now send any type of file from iMessage’s mobile version. Such transfer is compatible exclusively with iOS and OS X devices.
The new product can be found in the form of a button in the top-right corner of the app’s message mode. When clicked upon, it gives you access to your iPhone and iPad folders.
iMAllFile9 is supported by iOS 7, 8 and 9.
There is a catch – the innovation isn’t free. It costs $0.99, but think twice: are you ready to pay for something that you can get for free on any other messaging app?