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In case you are aware of the infamous Grafiti tweak which was quite famous in the world of iOS jailbreaking a little while ago, you would be friendly with creating doodles on your iDevice and sharing them. Well, a similar but a little more advanced jailbreak tweak has recently prevailed across the jailbreak community, and making waves for the same. A tweak called Doodle Message for iPhone lets you create doodle messages and send them across to your friends via WhatsApp. The tweak was earlier compatible with only the Messages app in iOS, however, it can be used for sending doodles across WhatsApp as well. So now, you can easily send doodle messages on WhatsApp with this amazing tweak. Here’s how to get it on your iPhone instantly.
How To Send Doodle Messages On WhatsApp
NOTE: You would require a jailbroken iPhone in order to download and install this tweak. In case you haven’t jailbroken your iPhone yet, you can do it by following our step by step tutorial below. Also, make sure you take a complete backup of your device before proceeding.
Step 1: On your jailbroken iPhone, find Cydia app from the device’s springboard, and tap it to launch it. Once launched, wait for it to load its database and then tap on the Searchbutton on the lower navigation menu. There, search for Doodle Messagestweak.
The tweak is available under the BigBoss repo for $0.99. Simply tap the purchase button on top right corner of your device screen to install it.
Step 2: Once installed, you will find the Doodle button within the photo sharing option of WhatsApp and Messages app on your iPhone. Simply select Doodlefrom the options as shown in the screenshot below.
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