One of the highly requested features from iPhone users around the world is MMS along with copy and paste functionality. Ross McKillop and Ed Lea appear to have addressed the lack of MMS in the UK by building an un-official version that's now available on Apple's AppStore.
The advantages of the native application are:
- View your already-retrieved MMS messages when you're offline
- Send MMS messages without the need to use Mail.app
- Uses your iPhone address book to display senders' names.
- Better user experience
There's a slight catch though, should you want to send an MMS you will be charged by the application owners. The current charge is 10 messages for Â£3.79 which works out to nearly 38p per message.