How To Send Unlimited Photos Over Mail On iPhone

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Apple has its own restrictions when it comes to sharing media with our loved ones. For instance, the Mail application on your iPhone lets you send not more than 5 pictures at once. It’s a limitation that has been added by Apple intentionally to prevent too much of processing at a given time. However, not many people are usually happy with this limitation. Often we need to send a lot of pictures via email, and with this limitation in hand, anybody would prefer to send them via their notebooks or desktop computers rather than selecting 5-5 pictures at once over the Mail application on iPhones. Seems like there is a solution to this restriction, that goes by the name UnlimitedPhotos and lets you send any number of pictures via the default Mail app on iOS. As the name suggests, you can select any number of pictures and send them the way you usually do. No other change is incorporated. So here’s how you can get this amazing utility on your iPhone instantly.

How To Send Unlimited Photos Over Mail On iPhone

NOTE: The tweak requires a jailbroken iPhone, and in case you haven’t jailbroken your device yet, you can follow our step by step tutorial below. Make sure you take a complete backup of your iPhone before proceeding.

Step 1: On your device’s springboard, navigate to Cydia, and tap on the Search button on bottom navigation menu to search for UnlimitedPhotos tweak.

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The tweak is available under the Cydia tweak store for free, and can be downloaded by tapping on the Install button on top right corner of the tweak page.

Step 2: Once you have successfully installed the tweak, you will not find any dedicated preferences page for the same. Now, simply navigate to your Photo album, and send as many pictures as you want to instantly. However, please note that sending many pictures at once may cause your phone to lag and a lot of time can be taken for the pictures to be attached.

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The tweak is good to go in case you wish to send more than 5 pictures at once, and the best part is that it comes for free. Never miss a single how-to at SwapMyApp, follow us on Facebook and Twitter and keep subscribed to our newsletters (We promise, we’ll never spam your inbox).

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