E-mail More Than Five Photos From Your Photos App With 'unlimitedphotos'
In any normal scenario, the iOS Photos application only allows you to e-mail up to five of your photos at a time from any of your albums. A new free jailbreak tweak called unlimitedphotos
by iOS developer Alltim3h4ckers is now available to break that limitation and make it so that you can send as many photos as you want from any of your albums in your Photos application.
As you can see above, we can select as many photos as we want from our Photos application, and when we tap on the share button at the bottom left of the interface, the e-mail option is still there.
Under normal circumstances, you can see how the e-mail button is available when we select five photos from our Photos application, but when we try to do the same thing with six photos from our Photos application selected, the e-mail button disappears. This is because iOS limits you to e-mailing five photos at a time:
Unlimitedphotos is a drop-dead simple way of removing this limitation and making it super simple to e-mail yourself or someone else a large bulk of screenshots or family photographs without having to send more than one e-mail, or needing to go in and add more individually. It not only saves your time, but also makes your job a lot easier.
If you would like to give unlimitedphotos a try, it's available for free right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository. There are no options to configure for the tweak, and it requires iOS 7 to be installed.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.1.2
You can watch our video review of unlimitedphotos below:
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