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[APP][1.6+] Sms Replier - Need Feedback

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By saredev, Junior Member on 9th January 2013, 02:41 AM
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Hey, I recently released an app to Google Play and was wondering if you guys could help me out to test it and to give me feedback!

The app is called Sms Replier and it's a tool that can be used to send texts to people who call you while you're unable to get to your phone to answer(while you're in an exam, or playing a game of soccer, etc.). I know this idea has been done before, but I want to know whether you think it's worth it for me to keep working on it so as to add features which have not been done in any other app. Please let me know how well it performs/what things I should change about it, and please rate it on Google Play!

I am excited to get some real criticism from android users so that I can continue to make this app what I originally set out for it to be!

The app is completely free! Thank you in advance.
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9th January 2013, 02:54 AM |#2  
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I like it! Simple, but I would love a widget.

If you are lazy: here's a link to the download:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...utomatictexter
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9th January 2013, 04:12 AM |#3  
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cool

thanks for the app..
9th January 2013, 06:18 AM |#4  
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Hey, I recently released an app to Google Play and was wondering if you guys could help me out to test it and to give me feedback!

The app is called Sms Replier(Google Play: id=sciencefair.automatictexter) and it's a tool that can be used to send texts to people who call you while you're unable to get to your phone to answer(while you're in an exam, or playing a game of soccer, etc.). I know this idea has been done before, but I want to know whether you think it's worth it for me to keep working on it so as to add features which have not been done in any other app. Please let me know how well it performs/what things I should change about it, and please rate it on Google Play!

I am excited to get some real criticism from android users so that I can continue to make this app what I originally set out for it to be!

The app is completely free and has no ads! Thank you in advance.

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cool

thanks for the app..

You're very welcome!
10th January 2013, 02:48 AM |#5  
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Hey. Can the app send sms at a specific time? For example set it to send an sms to a contact at 2pm and when the clock becomes 2pm it sends the sms. Cz I'm looking for such a feature.
Also it would be great if the above could work on whatsapp too. Thanks

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10th January 2013, 02:56 AM |#6  
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I could include that feature with relative ease, but it currently doesn't do that since I was aiming at making an app that helps you when you don't have access to your phone

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10th January 2013, 02:57 AM |#7  
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I could include that feature with relative ease, but it currently doesn't do that since I was aiming at making an app that helps you when you don't have access to your phone

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Well I wouldn't have my phone at that time that's why it sends the sms for me
Anyways its just a thought

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True... I'll probably include that in the next version. Thanks a lot for the idea dude!

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14th January 2013, 12:31 PM |#9  
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May I know what is different with template in sms?
14th January 2013, 01:54 PM |#10  
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Congratulations, you made it to the portal!

For the app, great work, simple and light. Will buy the donate version when it comes out, meanwhile following this thread. Cheers :beer:

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Hey. Can the app send sms at a specific time? For example set it to send an sms to a contact at 2pm and when the clock becomes 2pm it sends the sms. Cz I'm looking for such a feature.
Also it would be great if the above could work on whatsapp too. Thanks

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Try SMS scheduler from the play store

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it works ace!

what would be good is to have either a widget to toggle on / off, permanent notification to enable access to the menu, or an idle / activity monitor like if phone left idle for x minutes then enable it; as soon as there's human activity then de-activate it (could be linked to the auto screen dim/off).

A very nice app, very useful for businesses. Out Of Office Reply
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