Quip - Some iPhone owners might be starting to think multimedia messaging service is like the alien of Roswell — everyone knows that it's out there, somewhere. It's the same thing with MMS — the ability to send images, audio and other media — over cell phone networks, also is out there, somewhere.
Some developers, notably Addy Mobile with Quip and Juice Wireless with Flutter, which we reviewed recently, think they're hot on the MMS trail. Unfortunately, they're both so off the mark that not even the iPhone 3G's built-in GPS can put them on the right track.
Quip's main hot button is that you can take a picture with the iPhone camera, choose a contact on your list and send them a text message with a link to the photo (I think the Air Force stores the photos in the high-security Area 52 in the Nevada desert with the alien, but I'm not entirely sure).
Anyway, that's not MMS and there's no point in claiming that it's even something close to that. MMS puts the photo right on your iPhone — no links and no alien weirdness.
I think this app is ripe for an autopsy.