Of course, not everyone is solely dependent on the stock messaging app that comes with your iPhone or iPad. Almost all of us have more than one messaging app to stay connected with friends and family. The list of messaging apps is vast, but only a few have their stay on our iDevices.

All these messaging apps have one drawback in common, that is they do not offer quick compose and reply function. Fortunately, if you are using a Jailbroken iPhone or iPad running iOS 9, then there’s a new Cydia tweak called IMN. The tweak eliminates the drawback and lets you have a quick compose and reply function for third-party apps.

How To Enable Quick Reply Feature In Third-Party Apps in iOS 9 on iPhone

IMN is available on Cydia’s BigBoss repo with 7-days free trial. As of now, IMN supports third-party apps like Kik, GroupMe, Line, and Facebook Messenger. The quick compose feature requires you to have Activator installed, else it won’t work.

Apart from quickly composing and replying a message, IMN includes a ‘Recent’ tab in the Notification Center. This tab contains all the messages you have replied along with the contact. This makes it convenient for you to reply or text the same person again right from the Notification Center.

Wait, there’s more in store for you from IMN. You can also access the chat history with a particular contact right from the quick compose banner. This comes in real handy, as you might not want to text the wrong message to the wrong person and end up with an embarrassing situation.

The only drawback about IMN is that the chat history function is limited to KiK and Line Messenger. The developer has noted that other apps will soon be added to the compatibility list.

Now coming to the money matter, the tweak is free to try for 7 days, and then you’ll have to spend $0.89 to use it. If you are a fan of this developer, then you can subscribe monthly or annual plan to get other tweaks from the developer.

Price: 7 days trial and then $0.89 | Repo: BigBoss

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