Jelly SMS version 1.3 is now available on the App Store. This update includes:

  • In preferences you can now specify the default country code which will auto insert the international code to each number instead of having to enter it manually each time.
  • Added providers and
  • Other minor bug fixes

Here is where you can specify your default country code in preferences (located in the iPhone ‘Settings’ – ‘Jelly SMS’ app)

Jelly SMS preferences
Jelly SMS preferences



Select the country code you text the most
Select the country code you text the most
Jelly SMS 1.3 has been released
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5 thoughts on “Jelly SMS 1.3 has been released

  • May 2, 2009 at 1:48 am

    hello I have a problem with application of JELLY SMS 1,3 which I have bought by APP STORE. it does not let to me send sms to the foreigner, leaves mesaje to me that says that I do not have balance in my account of VOIPBUSTER, when in fact I have 10€, somebody podria to help thanks me.

    • November 18, 2009 at 2:11 pm


      Thanks for the comment. Jelly SMS will support unicode (special characters like accents/Chinese & Asian/Arabic) for only for My-Cool-SMS. This is coming in the next version which will be out soon when Apple approves it.


  • June 4, 2009 at 10:31 pm

    Hi there, it seems that lately jelly is growing up. thats nice, really! i’ve noticed about 3 months ago the area code “thing” was resolved, but it seems that for me is not wotking properly… im from portugal (351) and im using calleasy. do you know what this can be?

    thnks a lot. best regards,


  • June 4, 2009 at 10:41 pm

    Thanks for your comment. I have just tried it out on my phone and it *seems* to work for Portugal. Maybe I have the wrong idea for Portugal. Can you give me an example of a number which needs to have the prefix added to it? Do numbers in Portugal begin with a ‘0’ ?

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