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Need better sms app

OP Neflhiem

28th January 2014, 05:10 PM   |  #1  
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Good morning. So I've been jumping from sms app to app for some time and can't quite fill all my needs. Looking for suggestions.

Need to have custom ringtones per contact

Need to display animated emoticons (wife loves to send these... For good or bad) plus she's got an IPhone... Needs to be compatible.

Needs to not hide the keyboard when adding attachments (textra has this weird bug that doesn't allow me to see the additions page when clicking the add button)

Would like it to be somewhat customizeable.... But that's not a requirement.

Must have a way to not have adds. Via upgrade or Pro version.

So far I've tried Go (no animations)
Textra (keyboard problem)
Ninja (no animation)
Hello (no animation)
Hangouts (the sms is just funky) I haven't seen it be very individually customizable for contacts yet... But the current leader)


I've tried Handcent sliding and their new one as well... Mostly all lack the animated emoticons

Anyone have a suggestion?

And yes... Must be sms,

Thanks!

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29th January 2014, 01:04 AM   |  #2  
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Try EvolveSMS. I think it does most of what you are looking for!

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