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mysms Messenger is a completely free messaging service that supports texting on your smartphone, computer and tablet. mysms works cross-platform and is always free of charge. Stay connected with your friends and family no matter where they are.
Why you should use mysms:
TOTALLY FREE: Send messages for free – to all your buddies.
GROUP CHAT: Chat with up to 50 people at once
TEXT FROM YOUR COMPUTER: Use mysms also on your Mac, PC and Tablet and enter your messages comfortably on your computer keyboard.
AUTOMATIC SYNC: Your messages always stay in sync, no matter which device you are using.
SEND PICTURES: A picture is worth a thousand words! With mysms you can share your happiest moments with your family and friends from your iPhone and desktop computer.
SAVE TEXTS TO EVERNOTE (Premium Feature): mysms integrates with Evernote, so you will never lose a message again. You can save, manage and search your text messages in your Evernote account.
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