Connect SMS to Gmail
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Connected you mobile SMS to your g mail account now! There are so many short message on your mobile phone and they take up many spaces of your mobile. When you what to download some new file like video file/image file to your mobile, you may find there are not enough space to save them! But some important message can not be deleted. Then what should you do? You can backup the SMS to your g mail account.
Connect SMS to G mail is this kind of phone app that help you to backup them on your email inbox! You need not save them one by one.In fact you can backup 100 at one time, and it only cost you a second!
If you delete an important message carelessly, you can find it in your g mail account again! When you accept too many SMS a day but you do not have time to see them you can save them to e mail and mark them as unread. When you search your g mail, you can see them at the same time!
1.Connect your SMS to gmail account by inputting the username and password.
2.It will record your input account auto, you need not input again next time.
3.Make a auto backup or not.
If you allow this behavior, when you input the account, it will save all message auto.
It not allow this behavior, press the button on the top of the page to backup.
4.Set the backup SMS number at one time.
We prepare you 5 choices range from 25 to 200.
5.Mark it as read or not.
If you have read the message, you can mark it as read.
If not, you can mark it unread.
6.Give the backup folder a name. You can accept a file with this name in your g mail inbox.
Download this app, it will help you much to manage SMS!
We can say SMS text messaging is the most widely used data application in the world, with over 3.7 billion active users, or 74% of all mobile phone subscribers. The term SMS is used as a synonym of all types of short text messaging as well as the user activity itself in most parts of the world. SMS is also being used as a form of direct marketing that known as SMS marketing.
SMS as used on modern handsets are originated from radio telegraphy in radio memo pagers and using standardized phone protocols and later defined as part of the Global System for Mobile Communications (konwn as GSM) series of standards in 1985 which means of sending messages of up to 160 characters to and from GSM mobile handsets. Since 1985, support for the service has expanded to include many other mobile technologies such as ANSI CDMA networks and Digital AMPS, as well as satellite and landlines networks. Most SMS short messages are mobile-to-mobile text messages though the standard supports other types of broadcast messaging too.