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SmsScheduler – Schedule SMS To Be Delivered In The Future

Marco of Intellibits let me know that they have just released SmsScheduler. This is a simple application that lets you schedule SMS to be delivered at a later date. I wish RIM would include this natively for email and SMS but this is a great solution if you need it now.

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From the product description:

Never forget to send an important SMS again! Messages with wishes, reminders for colleagues and friends, you name it…

With SmsScheduler you can prepare your SMS messages in advance, and schedule them for automatic delivery at any date & time in the future. Various types of recurrence are also supported, so that a Happy Birthday message is sent all years on Feb 12, for example.

Main Features

* Allows to schedule unlimited SMS messages
* Allows to specify multiple recipient numbers for each scheduled SMS
* Recipient numbers are easily chosen from the device’s Address Book
* Supports daily, weekly, monthy and yearly recurrence
* All delivered messages are logged and listed through a Log screen
* Scheduler can be temporarily disabled
* Autostarts when the device is turned on, and then runs in background
* Very clean and simple user interface
* Very small size, just 22 KB
* Detailed on-screen instructions
* Works on all devices with OS 4.2 and newer
* Free updates for ever! (including new minor and major releases)

7 total comments on this postSubmit your comment!
  1. Trail ??

  2. Agree with above, no free trial? What planet are they from?

  3. Wish the article had mentioned the price so I could decide without even leaving Viigo if it was something worth checking out further. 😉

  4. Sorry guys I totally thought I put the price in the article. I just know people have been asking for this feature. It really annoys me when there is no free trial…

  5. Where can I download this? There seems to be no link or clue for downloading or installing it – so how? I’m very interested in this application.

  6. Wait for version 2. It is lacking in the following areas: integration with address book (doesn’t work like native apps), text input (doesn’t use native shortcuts (i.e. double space doesn’t give a period, first letter is not capitalized, etc.)), date integration (does not work as native apps do (lacking day), no sorting nor search capabilities for scheduled messages. It looks promising, but is not quite there yet. I agree with the previous comments, a trial would have been nice and I’d have saved my money.

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