Avoid sending failed autocorrect texts with StopSend

By | February 3, 2015

Have you ever hated yourself for sending a message over to somebody, only to have a word corrected by the iOS feature known by the name of autocorrect and changed into something that you did not want to type? Well, this can all change by using the Cydia app known by the name of StopSend.

On a daily basis, people from all around the world send millions of text messages from their iOS devices, which can be great, if only it wasn’t for autocorrect’s wish to change up some of the words in order to place it what it thinks that is actually correct. Well, with this version of StopSend, each message that is sent will automatically be checked through an interesting process. In order to put things into a better perspective, we will give out a short example.autocorrect_580-100029452-large

Imagine that you are writing to a friend and you would like to use the letter u instead of you, or type a word that is not known by the correction software on your iOS device. In the case that the Cydia tweak that we are discussing about is installed on your device when this happens, it will automatically disable the send button, in the case that it has detected an autocorrect prompt, as an effort to allow you to check whether Autocorrect has done its job right or not.

In the case that you are interested in trying out StopSend, the Cydia app can be easily downloaded from the sassoty rep, accessible at repo.sassoty.com for free. Based on everything that has been outlined so far, what do you personally think about StopSend? Is it a Cydia app worth having in the case that autocorrect messes things up for you too often? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Author: Daniel Dobb

A tech fan who enjoys swimming, reading and playing guitar. When I’m not writing, you can find me messing around with different electronics, or taking one of my hobbies to the next level.