Absolute crap... Desktop client launches web client. Hey, that's handy because god forbid I open a browser all by myself. Aside from that, zero features that make this service worth $2.99/month.
Wont fet a connection It just keeps saying disconnected and it wont add my text messages to my computer
Horrible sync capability. Ok, full disclosure, I may have been spoiled by Verizon's VZW web SMS/MMS capability, because it works like a champ - synchronizing message threads between my smartphone and the web client perfectly... putting messages in order with time stamps, etc. The difference? Verizon stores things effectively in the cloud and "pushes" SMS/MMS. Sprint's service runs entirely on the handset, requires the app on the handset (smartphone), and if the app shuts down (inactivity), your web capability stops as well because it can't communicate with the app running on the handset. Everything with Sprint runs from the handset.... kind of defeats the purpose if you can't have a smartphone in your work environment throughout the day or whatever your limitation may be - you've got to walk to your car anyway to check for messages!!! I gave it 1 star, because they do at least have an app... it just sucks. Between the spotty throughput (as low as 750 Kbps with full 4G LTE bars for minutes at a time), and this MAJOR lack of capability (the web SMS), I'll be leaving this carrier at contract end. (Psst, carrier... it's 2016; get on board.)
Does not work period!
Missing the point. They want 2.99 a month for the capability to send a text from you computer, however if you use mighty text you can do this for free. I would think Sprint would offer this service as a perk of being a sprint customer it would make sense if it went along with it WiFi calling feature the only difference is sprint would care about it customers enough to offer the best service that is possible for them. Just food for thought but since you have not updated the app in over a year it might just not matter.
Not realiable So i downloaded this as part of my sprint service and between this and the computer app it was supposed to let me text on my computer at work but most the time not only dose it not work it will some times only send part of a message if it doee send anything at all. Come on Sprint get your act together. Verizon's web based texting worked just fine. And no weird application that i had to have installed.
- Fix initialization bug on newer phones
- Android 4.3+ update: fix issue with messages sending
- Minor bug fixes
- Fixes for initial installation / signup problems
- Reliability updates
- Minor bug fixes
- Updates for sms signup verification
- Updates to options menu
- Fixes for Android 4.3+
- Additional fixes for sending messages