You Can Now Send Photos via Brosix Instant Messenger App

You Can Now Send Photos via Brosix Instant Messenger App
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Good news for Brosix Instant Messaging app for iPhone users! A new update to our popular IM app now allows users to send photos to one another, as well as to Android and PC users (however, PC users cannot send photos to mobile app users as of yet).

To send a photo to another Brosix user, go to the photo panel and choose whether to send an existing photo or to take a new one. You can then also type in a message before sending.

If you receive a photo, you can also forward it to another contact on your Brosix user list, or save it to your iPhone photos.

New Emoticons


In addition, you can also add emoticons to your photo mentions, as shown in the graphic to the right. These emoticons are available for your text-based IMs as well but add some fun into your messages.

Other Updates

Besides adding the new photo sharing feature, in this recent update, that Brosix Dev team also did various bug fixes in order to improve the overall functionality of the mobile app.

Have you downloaded the new update? Please let us know how you like it in the comments or through our contact page.

Featured photo credit: © 2006-2013 Pink Sherbet Photography via photopin cc

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