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Default Quick reply from the lock screen

Ok I was just curious if there was an app that would allow me to quick reply to sms from the lock screen, when I had an iPhone jail broke it and was able to quick reply from the lock screen without actually unlocking my phone. Anyone know of any app? Also I'm on dn3 rom

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Textra, sms popup and Chomp to name a few. Lots of the sms/text apps from the play store do quick reply. It's not like the iPhone at all with needing to jailbreak just to get a nice feature like that on the lockscreen. Android does much of this without need of root or anything special.

Edit: I currently use textra but have used almost every one of them. Chomp isn't bad either.

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Ninja messenger

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Thanks I'll give them a try to see if they do what I want

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NILS. It shows your message on the lock screen and allows you to click it and takes you straight to the message. I still use the stock messages app

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Sms popup is the bomb. It allows you to answer from the lock screen. Once done, it is still locked.

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I use c locker as my lock screen and sliding messenger allowed me to quick reply. it comes up in a bubble similar to that of the chat heads from Facebook messenger

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Sms popup is the bomb. It allows you to answer from the lock screen. Once done, it is still locked.

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This is my go to app no matter what Rom i'm using
 
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Tried sms popup and I hated it.

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