AnyAttach Tweak is Updated With iOS 6.x Support

Posted March 5, 2013 at 11:07pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 10086 views

AnyAttach, a tweak by H. Samara & N. Bassen that lets you attach any file to your email from inside the Mail app, has been updated with support for iOS 6.

AnyAttach is a tweak that enables you to attach arbitrary files to your emails right from inside MobileMail. It comes with a file and photo/video picker that is accessible via the paper clip button that will be added to the subject bar in the mail compose window. Dropbox support is enabled by default. It can be disabled using Preferences.app -> AnyAttach.

What's New In This Version:
- Added iOS 6.x support
- Photo picker: new option to show preview before selection
- Dropbox: new option to insert sharable links instead of downloading and attaching
- Photo picker improvements/bug fixes
- Fixed a couple of other issues
- New Dropbox API
- Added Danish localization
- Added Portuguese (Portuguese) vs. Portuguese (Brazilian) localization
- Added Romanian localization

AnyAttach can be purchased from the Cydia Store for $2.99.




Share
Add Comment
Ron - May 11, 2013 at 5:04pm
I bought AnyAttach from the Cydia store for my jailbroken iPhone 5 on iOS 6.1.2 When I try to link to my Dropbox account, I type in my credentials, then my security code (2-factor verification), at which point I get the following message: "Unknown Error Occured. There was an error loading Dropbox. Please try again." I emailed the developer but got no response. Has anyone else had this problem or have a solution?
Follow iClarified
Twitpic Reaches Last Minute Deal With Twitter to Keep Its Photos Alive
Twitpic has reached a last minute deal with T...
PanguTeam Issues Update on iOS 8 Jailbreak
The PanguTeam has issued an update on the sta...
Apple Submits Refined Plans for Phase 2 of Apple Campus 2 Construction
Apple has submitted refined plans for Phase 2...
Apple is Reportedly Rebuilding Beats Music to Relaunch It Next Year as Part of iTunes
Ralph Nader Slams Tim Cook for Buying Back Stock Instead of Helping Impoverished Workers