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I've used most of the options and MightyText seems to be the most consistant. I've had some minor hiccups with it, but most can usually be resolved by signing out and signing back in either the Android app or the website.
Again - others work and may work better for you, but this has been my "go to" for quite a while and I've recommended it to others and they've been pretty happy with it.
Mightytext for Android is absolutely amazing. It allows you to text from your computer (browser window), send pictures to your phone, send MMS, send group or individual SMS when choosing multiple recipients.
There's a bunch more functionality, and what it does, it does very well. I like this far more than Pushbullet. Unfortunately, it's Android only.
(pro tip: if you try it out, change the default display on the MT browser portal to "power view"; that way you can see 6+ text threads at once and bother people at an even greater rate!)
With texting, I use MightyText. Free to use, makes text messages accessible through any other tablet (download the MightyText app) and computer (through their website.) It also works with any SMS app, so you're not tied down to Android stock. The emojis are kind of shit to look at on their browser page, but otherwise, works exactly how it should. Never had any issues with syncing, as long as the phone was turned on and getting reception.
I feel ya... I keep trying to get my friends to switch, but they don't see the value in privacy like I do. And it's hard to convince people to switch their default messaging app. I think I used to use mighty text before for cross platform. Maybe a better suggestion?
Try MightyText I use it on my laptop/desktop using a chrome browser extension, and also the app is on my phone and tablet. So basically no matter what I'm doing it is really easy to see and reply to my texts. You can also set it up to mirror other notifications from your phone to your computer, and it will give you an alert if your batter is low or when it is done charging.
You wont be able to. You needed to have software such as MightyText installed on the phone prior to breaking the screen.
If you used google voice you'd be able to use a browser but I assume that you have an actual phone number.
Found a solution for Android, Mighty text which is free and autocompletes from your address book and lets you insert images. Install it on your phone then install the Chrome extension. Not as good as Pushbullet but at least it's reasonably priced.
You could try mightytext instead. this app goes on your phone and this app goes on your tablet.
If you want to send texts from your computer, you can install MightyText or Pushbullet. These allow you to send and receive SMS through their web client. Right now Pushbullet is limited to 100 SMS per month unless you pay for their monthly subscription.
Also a decent alternative is MightyText. Allows for SMS mirroring, responding and syncing from phone to PC, as well as notification mirroring.
> Once a text message is sent to your phone, MightyText will relay it to your browser, where you can read and reply
> This will allow MightyText to synchronize the text messages sent to and from your phone to other devices.
Looks like MightyText (Android) is the app OP is looking for
I'm pretty sure MightyText is able to sync sms messages across devices, such as phones, tablets, and computers, while still using your same phone number. Check out the website for more details about what it can across devices.
I use MightyText for this. I tried using tasker and pushbullet, it just wasn't worth the effort and just picked up the app below. Works quite well. Also it's nice to use the app while I'm at work in their web browser.
How about MightyText?
I have been using mighty text and it has been working well for me and it is free. [link]
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MightyText - text through your computer from anywhere in the world.
Google Messages should support this now. You have to sign into your Google Account that has your Fi number(s) tied to it in Messages and then everything should sync cross-device. You can also access texts, calls, and voicemails at https://messages.google.com/web. This just rolled out in October and is still labeled as a Beta, so there may some issues Google is still ironing out.
If you're having issues with Google Messages, you could look into MightyText or mysms. Avoid Pulse SMS as it was bought out by a company that is known to inject invasive tracking and ads into established apps they purchase.
Through a web ui
MightyText does this as well.
MightyText is free and lets you text from a computer or tablet. I believe it works with all messaging apps.
MightyText and Pushbulle should do the trick for SMS desktop.
How is this different from MightyText?
Not being a dick, just curious.
Mighty text has this, although not sure about limitations. Also, Join. Unfortunately I can't find the link, but it is in beta.
Hm. I've never actually tried something like remote messages on android before, but could this be what you're looking for?
Not Tasker but check out MightyText
MightyText will sync phone, tablet, and PC. Easiest app I've used.
It's already available with MightyText
Chrome extension: [link]
Android app: [link]