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Send Free SMS via Way2SMS
This application, created by xda member aman11dhanpat, will let you include a php script into your device whenever you access the website way2sms.com. This will act as a SMS application for your device, but will send the messages via data rather than via your provider’s SMS service, saving you money in the process. The app was tested on an Indian free SMS web service provider.
Even though this is the first version of this tool, we can expect some improvements for upcoming versions.
Originally posted by aman11dhanpat
Hello all guys
this is my very own 1st application
well i started it to program just for my own use but then thought of relesing it might be someone would be using it or get some use of it
well as way2sms.com provides free SMS service all over india so using it and without wasting our money much on SMS
we can send SMS
also i consider myself as a very poor coder cos i am still learning
so to reduce the DATA TRANSFER form way2sms’s site i had made a simple PHP script which will act as an intermediate for sending the SMS
i assure you that none of your DATA or personal information is saved
i’ll shortly relese the Source as well as the PHP script so that you can use it on your own website
ok so here are some of its screen shots
Some times gets hanged
Tested only on qvga only (need someone to test on other models too)
SMS bBomber is still being programmed so may be lag sometimes
Phone numbers must be edited manually(means you have to remove +91 or 0 from your number to send message manually)
as usual no search option while adding contacts
no Beta testers till now
You can follow the development in the original application thread.
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