Jimmy McGee · Jun 26, 2013 at 05:00 pm

Interview with Wael Nafee and Mostafa Gazar, Developers of NinjaSMS – XDA Rountables

Here at XDA, we are a community of tinkerers, enthusiast, developers, makers, hackers, and doers. Here, simple ideas to answer what-if questions become reality. XDA is a community of collaboration. People gather to exchange ideas and solutions.

Today, XDA Developer TV Producer TK talks to Wael Nafee and Mostafa Gazar, the Developers of NinjaSMS. He asks them about NinjaSMS, how it got started, and why they choose to work on Android apps. Additionally, they talk about PRISM, some upcoming features of NinjaSMS, and UI/UX. If you want to see what they have to say about these topics, check this video out.

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