AnyAttach updated with support for iOS 6 and other improvements

By Cody Lee on Mar 6, 2013

Good news today for AnyAttach fans. The popular jailbreak tweak, which allows you to attach any file available on your iOS device to an outgoing e-mail, has been updated to support iOS 6.

Pimskeks, known for his work on the evasi0n jailbreak, released the update yesterday. And in addition to iOS 6 support, it also includes new Dropbox features and other improvements… Read More

 

Attachments+ for Mail adds powerful options to the stock Mail app

By Jeff Benjamin on Dec 4, 2012

Attachments+ for Mail is a new jailbreak tweak that modifies iOS’s stock Mail app to be able to handle a wide array of attachments. It integrates directly with libfinder to provide an iFile-like interface to peruse iOS’ native file structure.

Attachments+ for Mail allows you to attach files of any type directly from the file system by means of the copy and paste menu. The ability to preview files, attach multiple files, and compress files prior to attaching, is also present. Check out our full video walkthrough of the tweak in action inside… Read More

 

‘Attacher’ allows you to open any attachment in iMessage

By Jeff Benjamin on Mar 24, 2012

Attacher is an alternative to the ReceiveAny tweak that we covered previously. It allows you to open previously unsupported files directly from within iMessage.

Although you can’t use Attacher to send unsupported files, it’s still a great free solution for those cases when someone insists on sending one to you… Read More

 

Mail More Photos: Attach More Than 5 Photos to an Email

By Jeff Benjamin on Jan 7, 2012

iOS is a bit on the limited side when it comes to sending a multitude of emails from the Camera Roll. Apple has limited users to just 5 photo attachments if users want to use the built in email sharing option.

Fortunately, jailbreaking exists to get rid of such limitations. Check inside for a video walkthrough of Mail More Photos, a tweak that allows one to send a seemingly infinite amount of photos via email… Read More

 

AnyAttach: Attach Any Type of File to Your iPhone’s Email

By Jeff Benjamin on Sep 5, 2011

The concept of attaching a file to a file to an email is practically as old as email itself. With the iPhone, you can attach photos and videos to your email, but that’s pretty much where the fun ends.

This works fine for stock iOS installations where access to the native file system is restricted. For jailbroken iPhones, however, it’s a definite limitation; hence the need for a jailbreak tweak like AnyAttach.

AnyAttach is a tweak that allows you to attach any file present on iOS’s file system, directly to your outgoing email… Read More