Adam Webmail iPhone.
The Adam Webmail iPhone jailbreak modification extends the Adam mail interface from iOS 7 to older iOS versions.
The installation is simple, and once you’ve got it on your phone, you may choose which theme best suits your preferences. It’s as simple as touching the A icon in the Safari app till the Adam webmail login form appears. You can also choose to open it straight in the browser, eliminating the need to return later.
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Adam Webmail has portrait and landscape layouts, five styles to select from (Dark, Light, Blue, Pink, and Green), and it’s also compatible with iOS 6.
Adam Webmail iPhone is an excellent alternative to jailbreak your cellphone if you want a full Mail client.
Adam Webmail iPhone costs $0.99, and if you don’t already have it, you can get it from the BigBoss repo on Cydia.
* Watch a video of Adam Webmail iPhone in action – (demo by the famous developer device rehab)
Webmail for Adam iOS 6 and 7 are compatible with the iPhone. It works perfectly on an iPhone 5 running iOS 6.1.4, but I’m not sure if it will work with other devices like the iPod touch 4G or the iPad 1G.
iOS 6.1.3 (tested) and iOS 7 are compatible with Adam Webmail (not tested).
Webmail for Adam iPhone is compatible with all iPhones running iOS 6 or 7 and the iPod touch 4G and the iPad 1G, though stability may be an issue due to the age of the devices.
It’s also worth mentioning that this hack requires Safari to be installed.
Webmail for Adam iOS 6 and 7 are compatible with the iPhone. It works perfectly on my iPhone 4 running iOS 6.1.2, but I’m not sure if it will also function on other devices like the iPod touch 4G or the iPad 1G.
Adam Webmail does not appear compatible with any iOS version before 6.
Webmail for Adam iOS 6 is compatible with any devices that can run it, including iPhones (iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G and iPad 1G). *** Due to the lack of a Safari web browser, which is a crucial aspect of this change, I don’t believe it will be supported by iOS 5.
It will be a beneficial tweak for the iPhone when iOS 5 is released with its new look and feel. Still, I can’t tell for sure if it will accomplish anything in terms of security because my understanding of how applications work is limited owing to a lack of time to research the tweak’s workings.
However, I believe it will be a welcome addition to the iPhone’s list of changes, as security appears to be receiving more and more attention with each update.
I think this tweak deserves a 9/10 for effort, but I’m going to give it an 8/10 because it’s not fully compatible with iOS 5, and I’m not familiar with its functionality.
I believe Adam Webmail iPhone will be a must-have app for individuals who don’t like security.