Have you ever forgotten to send an important text? Worse, have you forgotten to send a text to your mother on mother’s day? If so, then you might want to strap-in: Today’s review deals with an application designed to fix that very issue, and if you’re as forgetful as we are, it could be life-changing.
Today we are looking at SML Send Later, from yuhub, a particularly insightful way to manage your complex network of messages with ease. Need to schedule an SMS to go out a year from now? This app has you covered.
For more information, you need only to slide on down below the break.
Concept and Functionality
As you might have guessed by this point, SML Send Letter does one thing and it does it very well: It allows you to create a message, and then tell the application when exactly you would like it sent. Down to the very minute, in fact. We’re a bit surprised it doesn’t provide the user with seconds, but then again, when would you ever need that level of specificity?
Either way, this has certain obvious benefits for special occasions. If you wanted, you could easily sit down with your calendar and map out an entire year’s worth of Birthday Texts. Don’t want to have to remember to say “Happy Birthday!” to your wife? It’s a done deal with SML Send Letter.
The app also has useful business potential. For instance, we often perform weekly followups with our clients. With SML Send Letter at the helm, one could easily setup an entire retinue of running check-ins. Best of all, it wouldn’t even be a hassle to perform.
Lastly, should you run multiple SIM cards, SML Send Letter has you covered there as well. It will not fire off a message if the SIM card has changed, but will instead stow it away. Obviously this last feature is intended for only certain SIM happy users, but for those that are in need, it’s a golden aspect of the app’s functionality.
Design and Interface
In terms of the app’s interface, it really doesn’t get any simpler. You’ll be faced with stark colors, easy to read lettering, and little else. By swiping to the right, you can view in your sidebar your entire messaging history. Here, you can mange your drafts as well as your pending messages. It’s quick, efficient and simple enough that even a child could do it.
Though, we suspect they’d have to learn to read first.
At the end of the day, SML Send Letter is a brilliant utility for those that need it. If any of this sounds like a lifesaver to you, then the app is easily worth the zero dollars and zero cents it costs to obtain.
Yes, you can download SML Send Letter today from the Google Pay Store without paying a single dime. That makes the app worth a look, and easily earns it a four out of five star rating from us—as well as our hearty recommendation for those in need.
SML Send Later requires Android 3.0 and up. A small expedite fee was paid to speed up the publication of this review.
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What do YOU think? We’d love to hear your comments, try it and let us know!