Holo Sms Scheduler




    SMS Scheduler
    Have you ever forgotten about sending an important text message? Now you can do it in advance and not worry about it.

    Use this app to send your scheduled SMS for free with no ads! Write those important texts now to be sent later, set it and forget it.

    Select time, date and repeat schedule, then write message
    Recipients can be typed in or selected from contacts
    Flexible scheduling - you can send sms once, every day, week, month, year... SMS Scheduler uses the Holo theme standard to ICS and compatible with 2.1 and up.

    Tags: holosms , holo adult sms , holo sms , sms scheduler in italiano

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    Users comments for Holo Sms Scheduler

    Manuel Gallegos

    by Manuel Gallegos

    Feb 24, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Selected tomorrow (2/24/2014) and it put the date of 2/24/3914.

    muna dangua

    by muna dangua

    Jan 30, 2014  |  "Awesome"


    Sanaullah Khan

    by Sanaullah Khan

    Jan 19, 2014  |  "Poor"

    Scheduled a message with this app. But it didn't send it. So it isn't reliable. Nice UI though.

    King Edward

    by King Edward

    May 31, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    Really thank you for the new update fixing the time and the date I just downloaded today beautiful work. Easy to use I love it and I recommend it to all

    Laurence Lu

    by Laurence Lu

    Mar 30, 2013  |  "Poor"

    I really like the interface, but the app sends my messages prematurely. It does not serve its main purpose of actually being a message scheduler. I'd really like it if you could fix this bug soon.

    Maxym Malynowsky

    by Maxym Malynowsky

    Dec 14, 2012  |  "Great"

    1. "To" field should act like native SMS client. Input a name and a drop down list of all matching results shows. 2. Time and date should match system settings like calendar app. Time entry always uses AM/PM but displayed time is always in 24hr. I'm more interested in having a 24hr time input though. Date is inputted well, but the display is always in MM/DD/YYYY, not YYY/MM/DD like I have in syste