iBluenova Lets iPhone Users Send and Receive Files Over Bluetooth
News of the day iBluetooth for OS 3.0 and above is renamed to iBluenova. The good news is that MeDevil has finally released stable beta release of iBluenova to selected beta testers. iBluenova is successor of iBluetooth, the first iPhone app for the jailbroken iPhone to allow users to transfer files from their iPhone via Bluetooth, a feature which has been missing from the iPhone since its launch. Apple wouldn’t let you do it, thanks to Medevil to make it possible.
iBluenova will allow users to transfer any file via Bluetooth to other devices. It also has a built-in file viewer which will allow users to send any file on their iPhone. Here are some of the screenshots of iBluenova in action (courtesy iSpazio)
iBluenova will be free for first 15 days, then need to download the license to use it. People who bought the old version should get the upgrade for free. The price for new users will be notified later.
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