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Not Your Regular SMS Bomber – Introducing Multi Texter For Android
Mass-mailers have been around for quite some time. The basic premise is that you spam a message to many people at the same time without having to select individuals, one by one. Well, XDA member shabihsherjeel has taken that concept to a whole new level thanks to his app, Multi Texter for Android. This app not only allows you to send a message to multiple recipients, but also allows you to send multiple messages to multiple recipients, in batches. According to the dev, the app can send up to 15 messages at the same time, to up to 20 people from your contacts. If you do the math, that is a lot of messages. Needless to say, if you are going to use this app, make sure that you have a good messaging plan with your carrier, or you may regret it shortly.
The dev is looking for feedback on this free app. So, please take a quick look at it, and if you try it, make sure to report any bugs that you may come across.
Hey guys. I have made an app that lets you send multiple messages to multiple contacts. That means you can select 15 messages from a unified inbox and send them to 20 contacts.
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