The insanely popular Mail Enhancer Pro jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Stefan Moellenkamp has been updated Thursday afternoon to version 2.0 with full support for iOS 6. The update is free for everybody that already owns Mail Enhancer Pro, otherwise, new users can grab Mail Enhancer Pro 2.0 for $4.99 in Cydia.
Mail Enhancer Pro is popular because of the large list of features that it brings to the iOS Mail application that Apple just happened to leave out. Some of the popular features that made Mail Enhancer Pro a hit jailbeak tweak include the following features via the Cydia description:
- Choosing multiple signatures (with or without HTML) for each individual e-mail account
- Enabling HTML for e-mail composition
- Choosing your own rules for all incoming e-mails
- Choosing custom vibrations for e-mail notifications
- Choosing custom volume levels for e-mail notifications
- Enabling a speech notification when you receive e-mail
- Announcing e-mails using Address Book Names
- Enabling the use of volume buttons to dismiss incoming notifications
- Using e-mail highlighting to differentiate between important and non-important e-mails
- Taking advantage of an inbox filter feature to sort through your e-mail inbox
- Quickly mark e-mails read/unread, flagged/unflagged, or delete them
- Quickly select or deselect all e-mails in the inbox
Version 2.0 not only adds iOS 6 support, but also allows users to enable a notification summary, adds many new rule conditions and actions, and adds support for Spanish and Japanese. The update also fixes a few bugs that were in the previous version.
For those that havenít updated to iOS 6 yet, the iOS 5-compatible version is still available in Cydia. There is a link in the tweak description for Mail Enhancer Pro 2.0 that takes you to the iOS 5-compatible version of the tweak.
You can see the tweak in action via the video below from the developer:
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If you're itching to get this amazing e-mail enhancing tweak, head over to Cydia right now and refresh your sources!
Sources: STM_Design via Stefan Moellenkamp