j-TXT j-TXT - An open source Java application to send free text messages with your mobile phone.
How does it work?
Data is sent over the GPRS net instead of the telecommunications SMS network.
This makes it a lot cheaper as you only pay for the Internet charges that you are covered by your provider
SMS Chat Simple way to sms chat conversation with multiple user
SMS-BOX for Lovers SMS-BOX for Lovers
Do you often send SMS to your beloved? Are you confused when choosing necessary words? Perhaps, you are scared looking at the screen? Don't feel blue! Download java-application SMS-BOX! It is created for making your SMS-communication more emotional, cheerful and bright. Moreover, you won't have to rack your brains over a new message
Voice2Mobiles Voice2Mobiles - Tired of leaving voice mail messages that are not listened to? Or waiting sometimes for days for your important message to be returned ! Get your messages across instantly with Voice SMS
Free Messages Free Messages - Mobile Backup
With one click on your mobile device you can save & get your mobile phone's contacts quickly, as easy as making a phone.
Through any compatible mobile device, OTAM allows you to search for the number you need from your saved contacts list & call the person right away..
SMSMerge SMSMerge - "mail merge" application which lets you add the recipient's name and other variables inside the text in a SMS. Apart from the name (First Name and Last Name), the user can create a list of variables or placeholders to hold standard text which can be reused. This will be of great use when you need to send personalized group messages
IpdDump The IpdDump utility was created initially to extract SMS records from a Blackberry backup, which is an IPD (Inter@ctive Pager Backup) file. Its goal is to be able to extract and export all types of records into customized open text formats.
What's New in This Release:
· More fixes for the bad formated ipd's
QuaseFREE QuaseFREE - Installing this application in your phone you can send SMS from Brazil or to Brazil over GPRS. Costing just 3 cents of Real( in Brazil)