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Unhand that phone! Texting tools for the big screen

Liane Cassavoy | April 26, 2013
Don't cramp your style texting on that teeny-tiny smartphone. There's no need, especially when you consider how many apps and services make it easy for you to text from the roomy comfort of your computer's monitor and keyboard.

To send a message, you click the new message button, and a small window for composing it pops up in the lower right corner of the screen, reminiscent of how Google's Gmail works. And, much like Gmail, MightyText also puts a message composition window at the bottom of the conversations you view, making it easy to send a reply message.

MightyText lets you mark favorite messages, browse through contacts, and easily adjust the settings (which include whether pressing enter should or should not send your messages and whether you want to get pop ups to notify you of new messages and calls). It also displays your phone's battery life and notifies you of incoming and missed calls via pop-ups.

MightyText is slick, seamless, and--best of all--free. It's my desktop app of choice for my Android phone.

 

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