If you're using an Android phone, mysms has more freedom, and it can be used to manage all of your texts. It becomes even more useful on the desktop, where you can send and receive texts using the spacious real estate of your computer monitor. All conversations that you have on the desktop are synced to your mobile device, and vice versa.
Things get even better when you connect the app to your Evernote account. All of your incoming and outgoing texts will automatically be synced to the newly created mysms folder there. (Users of Dropbox and Google Drive will be happy to know that mysms links to those services as well, and messages also can be forwarded to an email account.)
iPhone users will likely find Apple's restrictions too cinfining to make mysms of much use, especially in a professional setting. But if you're an Android aficionado, the combination of mysms and Evernote should prove a win-win.
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