'qrmail' Gives iOS 6 Users Easy Quick Reply for E-mails
For an easy way to reply to incoming E-mail messages on your iOS device without having to leave the application you're in to visit your Mail application, a new free jailbreak tweak dubbed qrmail
by iOS developer twodayslate is now available, giving you quick reply for E-mail.
Shown above, when you receive a new E-mail from somebody, you will get an alert box with the subject of the E-mail, the sender's E-mail address, and some of the body of the message. The alert box will also tell you the E-mail address you're replying as (great for people that have more than one E-mail on their iOS device), and offer a text field where you can type out your reply.
The Reply button will send off your E-mail to the person that E-mailed you, and the Cancel button will close the alert box, allowing you to go back to the E-mail when you have time and reply to it, or just read it.
Qrmail doesn't have any options to configure. It's a simple quick reply to E-mail tweak that appears as easy to use as it really is. If you want to give qrmail a try, it's available for free in Cydia's Bigboss repository. Notably, qrmail is designed for devices with four-inch displays. Text will appear crunched together on smaller displays, such as those on the iPod touch 4g, iPhone 4, and iPhone 4s. This tweak is not for iOS 7.
Qrmail is an open source jailbreak tweak, and its source code can be viewed on Github