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Send & Receive SMS Text Messages from your computer. Sync'd with your Android #
Free. Send & Receive Text Messages from your Computer, sync'd with your Android phone!
With MightyText Android™ App & Chrome Extension, you can:
1) Send SMS text messages from your computer
2) Receive SMS text messages immediately as they come in on your Android device
3) Sync all SMS text messages from your Android device to your computer
One time purchase (perpetual license)
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Watch out: they just started to limit the number of messages to 150 per month. Yet more than the 100 that Pushbullet offers, but another turn to the screw.
It's now 100 messages a month, just like Pushbullet
Generally pretty handy, the only thing that caused me to stop using it was how they refuse to let you download all of your uploaded photos in a single batch. Essentially holding your images hostage.
If you have say, thousands of pics/videos that were auto-uploaded, you can only download something like 20 at a time, after manually selecting them each time. It's insane.
They've been contacted many times with a request to fix this, including a few by myself and the response is always the same "thank you for your feature request, we'll pas this suggestion on to out development team, and consider add it". The same response for years.
My response: "Uninstalled".
It's great that it syncs messages to pc. Schedule messages (pro). However I'm worried about the privacy of myself and my contacts. I don't know how they handle this and the level of encryption of my messages stored in their server. Hope they can add a level of security on this and make it end-to-end encryption or zero knowledge policy, especially for premium users.
nice ideA with good standard and can help in anyway to monitor text
An entirely satisfactory way of linking your phone through your home wifi to do basic text messaging and communicating. I've used it for a few years and keep coming back to it as it has reliability, consistency and an archive option. I've not used anything more than the free version but now I am thinking I could as the longer archive option does interest me. Recommended.
It is very convenient to respond to or post new text messages while you are sitting at your computer. The problem I find is it is not very reliable. It's a roll of the dice when I hit the enter key whether the message will be sent or not. Many times I get the warning about waiting for the phone, so maybe there is a problem with my phone. If there is, I don't know what it could be.
If you have Verizon, VZ Messages is pretty much identical to mighty text. However, it won't sync up nicely with iMessage. You would have to use VZ Messages app. But it works on the computer, iphone, ipad, whatever. Also, it does everything from your phone number (Basically mighty text).I like it more than iMessage. Has many of the same features, group texting, sending out location, seeing all the images, videos, etc. you sent to people in one place. However it doesn't have the level of exclusiveness that iMessage does. These things work with people's phones that don't own apple products too so that's a great plus!!!!!!!!
I like the simple web-interface for sending and receiving texts (SMS)! Awesome.
Update December 19: I've had some issue with contacts not syncing between the web-interface and my phone which is very annoying.. Found out that it's partly because it doesn't support US style formatting of numbers like (415)-123-1234 in contrast to 4151231234. Tried pocket.do but it's not quite as intuitive and easy to use, but at least it supports US style formatting of numbers so you can see who's writing..