orb3000 · May 10, 2011 at 12:00 pm

SMS machine for Windows Phone 7

XDA member pckshd told us about SMS Machine for Windows Phone 7. This app allows you to quickly store and create pre defined templates, so you can answer a SMS fast and easy in a few taps. It features easy creation of SMS templates/parameters/variables which can be text, number, pick list, date stamp, timestamps or location-stamp, manage unlimited categories for the templates with a default SMS number for all, just fill the variables and send.
The free version can only send to a single SMS recipient at a time, can´t attach GPS location map to the SMS, and includes ads. You can find it in the usual place.
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Originally posted by pckshd
With this app you can store SMS templates so you can quickly send them with a couple of taps without the need to type. More than that, it allows you to define variables or parameters which will be prompted in a friendly and easy way just before sending the SMS. The app will prepare the syntax and serve it to be ready for tap and send. Common uses? Many! For example:
With your friends and people: to tell you will call back, a birthday salutation, to say you are arriving at any specific time, etc.
To recharge or pay your cell phone bill
For SMS banking operations
For any other kind of SMS-command based systems: prepare fixed SMS syntaxes with variable parameters so you just enter the parameters before sending to perform the desired SMS operation.
Or give it the particular usage you desire!

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