Samantha · May 5, 2013 at 03:00 am

Schedule Your Messages with Schemes

The methods for expressing one’s thoughts are constantly changing. Fluid in form and nature, they are most often characterized by whatever is readily available, which in our case, is technology. Within only a decade, came MSN, text messaging, Myspace, Facebook, Twitter, and even Omegle—all aiming to satisfy our natural tendencies to blabber our mouths away at anyone who would care to listen. The one restriction that has remained constant through the ages, however, is that you cannot blabber at people when you’re not actually there or if you simply do not have the time. So with this, pops up Schemes in the XDA forums.

Developed by XDA Senior Member Flozzo, Schemes is an app that allows you to remind, badger, or pester people at any time you want, with its main function of sending messages based on a set schedule you set. With support for SMS, Twitter, Facebook, and Gmail; you can set the time and date for the message, Tweet, or Email to be sent. Additionally, messages can be sent on up to four networks at the same time, something you can choose to do from the message creation screen. Notifications can also be toggled in the settings, which when on, notifies you upon the sending of a scheduled message. Flozzo then packs all of this into a pleasant Holo user interface that’s simple in design and navigation.

With an active developer behind it, Schemes may see support for multi-recipient SMS support, Facebook posts on friends’ walls, photo sending and sharing, and a whole lot more in the future. The app is compatible with Android versions 3.0 and newer, and can be downloaded for free from the XDA forum post. So if this has gotten you interested, most definitely check out the application thread for more details and download.


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jman2131 is an editor on XDA-Developers, the largest community for Android users. View jman2131's posts and articles here.
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