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SMS Corrector for Android
Tired of bad SMS spelling and txt talk? XDA member thefrench presents this useful application for your Android device. SMS Corrector automatically corrects incoming text messages upon receipt. This application will switch the text message to correct language avoiding you from misunderstanding words. It features:
– Automatic translation.
– Upper case corrected words.
– Tolerance (choose from how many mistakes you want to translate).
– Update received SMS, replace original or create a new one.
The latest version supports English and French languages and it´s compatible with Handcent SMS and Go SMS.
Working for Android 1.6 and up, this app can be found for free in the usual place. Please leave your feedback for the developer.
Originally posted by thefrench
[APP] SMS Corrector
Here is a small presentation of my new application : Sms Corrector
This application is for all the people wich are tired of the SMS Language, abreviations..
Sms Corrector fixes all incoming Messages from SMS to good English.
Let me know what you think, suggestions, bugs..
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