Developer Dan von Tonder is working on a new feature for CyanogenMod 10. It’s called Quick Message, and it’s a notification tweak that makes it easier to respond quickly to text messages received on a phone running the popular CyanogenMod version of Google Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Quick Message gives users the option of displaying a pop-up dialog when a new SMS message arrives. This lets you read messages as the appear, and type a response right away.
You can switch between multiple messages by swiping, or mark messages as read from this view.
If you prefer to see your message notifications the old-fashioned way, in the notification pull-down tray, then you can disable pop-ups. That will bring some of the Quick Message functions to the notification tray by adding a “quick reply” button below an SMS notification.
The new SMS features should start appearing in the nightly builds of CyanogenMod 10 soon. These are pre-release versions of the operating system compiled each night.
Since CyanogenMod 10 is still in the early stages of development, there may be bugs in nightly releases — so proceed with caution.
You can find a list of supported devices and information about installing the operating system at the CyanogenMod website.
via Android Police
Wow, that’s an amazing feature. Almost as amazing as the quick message feature that came standard on the stock Android OS message app years ago.
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