Highly recommended I decided to try this after reading the whole 105 page thread on xda. The developer is really committed to this, and once push notifications were set up this is as seamless as using a native built in SMS program. Very nice job and well worth the small fee. The setup procedure is somewhat complicated but not overly difficult so I won't take a star off for that. It is all open source too, so there is a little confidence that comes from that. I am using it on my Nexus 7 and a huawei u8800
Great app. Synced my texts between my Xperia Tablet Z and HTC One perfectly, exactly what I was hoping to achieve. Now I can leave my phone on my bedroom nightstand and send/receive texts from my tablet. It seemed redundant to be using a tablet like this and still need to keep my phone on me while at home. Terrific.
5 stars if.... Lacks features other apps have. Needs serious update to catch up. No updates since November 2012, no mms support and no PC browser support. I used this app for a long time now uninstalling for MightyText.
Quirky app. It mostly works. It won't deliver messages if they are part of a group message. Occasionally, if messages are sent in quick succession, the first message is missed. On my Verizon phone, I keep getting a message from 6250, almost like a pinging message. No info, just an annoying notification. It is promising but still a beta product imo.
Warning! I just wasted my money. It's not what I think it is. This app is misleading. The description does not say that it will not sync all your SMS across your phone-enabled tablet and your phone. And it does not mention that it wont actually use the stock SMS app of your phone-enabled tablet because it uses its own messaging app. Misleading description plus no trial version equals waste of money! That amount of money is equivalent to three happy big meals here n my country. What a waste!
Abandoned I used to use this app and I really liked it. At the time, it was the only tablet texting solution that used a cloud option to sync messages, which meant you didn't have to be in the same building or network as your phone. It did have minor issues and it's interface wasn't the prettiest, but it was good. Today, I use MightyText, which has the same advantages but works better and looks nicer.
- Fix message encryption bug due to Android 4.2
- Added Jellybean-style notifications
- Fixed widget not displaying on <= Android 2.3
- Added initial setup wizard
- Added missed & incoming call notifications
- Added multi-part message support
- Added auto-retry of messages that failed to sync
- Improved Sync Past SMS performance and fixed crashes
- Improved UI themes
- Updated Dropbox SDK
- Stability improvements
- Performance improvements
- Lots of bugfixes
- And more!
Send & receive texts on your tablet – just like on your smartphone
Texting from your PC, Mac, or Tablet, using your Android phone # (SMS & MMS)