orb3000 · Dec 10, 2010 at 12:00 pm

GO Sms for Android

If you are looking for another option for your messaging application on Android devices, this is a good alternative to have in mind. XDA member happyllj presents GO Sms, a light and nice designed UI application to replace your stock SMS app. Features like chat style interface, pop up windows, group sms (batch delete) and quick contact and SMS search are present on version 1.0, which was released a few days ago. It also includes full MMS/SMS support.
The application can be found on the marketplace.

Originally posted by happyllj
[APP] GO Sms 1.0.0 released — (v1.08.00 update available now)

We have just finished the first release of GO Sms.
Uploaded onto Google Market. Seems the feedback is good(I digest some listed bellow).
We are eager to hear your opinions. Please help us to make it better.
Any question concerning the GO Sms, please also attach to this thread, we will check it timely.

You can search it in Google Market with the key words “go sms”.
Thanks a lot for your help.

GO Sms is an amazing SMS application designed for Android, providing fast, convenient SMS/MMS experience.
-Chat style interface
-Popup windows
-Group sms; batch delete.
-Quick contact and SMS search
-Batch operations mode for message and contacts
-Contacts sort, select, group, search capabilities
-Full MMS/SMS support

Some feedback from Google Market users:

by Joe (December 4, 2010)
Great app so far. Needs more features like different contact notifications like handcent. But great start so far hope to see more features and update.

You can find more information in the application thread.


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