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SMSSyncUp v0.1 Updated
If you’re tired of emptying your SMS inbox and other SMS folders, and you don’t want to lose certain messages, mohitsapru might have made just the application you need. He has made an application that can automatically backup your SMS folders and messages to your Gmail account.
Originally Posted by jmbillingsFeatures include:
– Yahoo based
– Search based on Postcode or town
– GPS “Where am I” lookup
– Google Maps link from Cinema Info screen
– Call cinema direct from the app.
– Movies list cast info, Synopsis, runtime, and (optionally) a poster if Yahoo has one.
– Download multiple locations
– Ignore cinemas you don’t visit
– Schedule updates with commandline switch
– In built SMS
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