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  1. Anthony Bouchard's Avatar

    Sometimes you might be text messaging someone and a little while later you forget exactly what time you sent or received something in a text message. Unfortunately, Apple’s way of time-stamping conversations is to time-stamp only sections at a time, which is understandable as it’s probably to help reduce the clutter in the Messages application and make the interface appear more like a clean instant messenger.

    If you’re one of the people, however, that wants the time-stamps anyway – regardless of Apple’s clean design principles, than a new free jailbreak tweak dubbed SMS Timestamps by iOS developer Gabrio Barbieri will make sure every message you send is time-stamped. It even comes with a nice preferences pane in the Settings application to adjust the increments that the tweak time-stamps your messages:

    The preferences pane is very simple – enable or disable the tweak, and then adjust the increments for which you want the time-stamps for each of your text messages to appear. By default, all text messages will be time-stamped. You also have the option to choose between time-stamping the following: 1) Every text message one minute apart from each other; 2) Every text message 5 minutes apart from each other; 3) Every text message 10 minutes apart from each other.

    After installing the tweak, it was made obvious that there was a small glitch causing the tweak to not take effect. To make it work, you’ll need to disable the tweak and then re-enable it again from the preferences pane. The good news is that SMS Timestamps works with both text messages and Apple’s iMessage. For a free tweak doing exactly what it claims to do, I can recommend it for anyone serious about seeing exactly when every text message is sent or received.

    Name: SMS Timestamps
    Price: FREE
    Version: 1.0-7
    Requirements: Messages application
    Repo: BigBoss
    Developer: Gabrio Barbieri
    Editor's Rating: / 3.5/5

    Sources: Gabrio Barbieri
    2012-04-04 02:24 AM
  2. TylerC161's Avatar
    So, its like MarkThatMessage, except it offers a couple of options. Gotcha.......
    2012-04-04 02:28 AM
  3. chad daddy's Avatar
    Very nice been waiting for this hope it's clean.
    2012-04-04 02:28 AM
  4. zoltan1600's Avatar

    I have been waiting for a free alternative for ages! There is mark that message which marks every message no options but that costs like a dollar and it wasn't really worth the buy so I waited for a free one and here it is!
    2012-04-04 02:32 AM
  5. nicrfe's Avatar
    I don understand why apple doesn't produce these kinds of things
    2012-04-04 02:55 AM
  6. hitekksteff's Avatar
    Another way you can find out the time is simply tapping the "messages/back" button when in a conversation & it'll show you the time the last text was sent or received.
    2012-04-04 03:04 AM
  7. JimboHurt's Avatar
    Another way you can find out the time is simply tapping the "messages/back" button when in a conversation & it'll show you the time the last text was sent or received.
    Yeah but that just shows the latest time.. This is for ALL the times.

    This is really convenient, I find myself wanting to see times of texts often!
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    2012-04-04 04:24 AM
  8. DarkKnight22's Avatar
    2012-04-04 05:01 AM
  9. Silverado1987's Avatar
    Apple isn't stupid. If they just went ahead and added all the features then they wouldn't have anything to showcase for us
    2012-04-04 06:12 AM
  10. law111's Avatar
    Great, been waiting for something like this even though I'm sure they already have a tweak like this, this is free and I just found out. Just perfect. Thanks Gabrio and ModMyi.
    2012-04-04 01:51 PM
  11. brodimus's Avatar
    Is this out yet or did I miss something? I don't see it on Cydia.
    2012-04-04 03:09 PM
  12. drenline's Avatar
    It's about freakin time!!!!
    2012-04-04 08:52 PM
  13. Rich.'s Avatar
    Already use xmessages which does this with many more features like the ability to delay messages in case you accidentally hit the send button and such.
    2012-04-05 01:50 AM