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Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App

Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App

Posted March 13, 2009 at 11:33am by iClarified · 11508 views
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Voicemail Forwarder, an application which forwards voicemails to email, has become the second app to be sold on the Cydia Store.

The application adds new functionality to your existing iPhone Visual Voicemail. Instead of only being able to listen to your voicemails on your phone, you can now share those iportant messages with a single click.

Voicemail Forwarder gives you a new button that fires up an email with the current voicemail attached to it. You can then send the email as normal to any recipient.

The application costs $2.99. You can find instructions on how to purchase a Cydia application here.


Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App

Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App

Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App Cydia Store Gets Its Second iPhone App
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Ocean J
Ocean J - March 15, 2009 at 6:56pm
This method has been covered by hackthatphone about a year ago which is totally FREE! I can't believe they are trying to make money on this. Good luck with this app.
Peter
Peter - March 13, 2009 at 1:29pm
Actually Cydia's purpose is to provide developers with a place to offer their apps when Apple very restrictive practices don't allow them onto the Appstore. Besides, as long as top quality keep showing up on CydiaStore, I'd rather pay them than Apple. Cydia's done more to help make my iphone a useful work tool than Apple and their Appstore have.
Oliver
Oliver - March 13, 2009 at 12:09pm
Just wait for XSELLIZE cracked this baby. The purpose of jailbreaking the iPhone is so that you don't have to pay for the APPS. Good luck Cydia for trying though.
Steve
Steve - March 13, 2009 at 1:21pm
Oliver, that's not the purpose of jailbreaking the iPhone! The reason for jailbreaking was so we could install apps that did not make it into the itunes app store. If you want a "free" app develop it yourself or download one of the 100's that are free. cracking an app like this is exactly the type of thing that reduces the quality of the apps we get by reducing the motivation for people to develop them! Your kind of thinking really irritates me!
Oliver
Oliver - March 13, 2009 at 4:02pm
Sorry about that Steve. I'm just stating the facts and not cause any trouble here. I highly respect all the developers and I hope the best for all of them.
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