We developed MooMle because often people (at work or at home) sit in front of a PC, maybe ... More
We developed MooMle because often people (at work or at home) sit in front of a PC, maybe looking at their mailbox, and they have to look for their phone in pockets, bags or in the near room to write or answer to SMS. Then they have to write it on a small virtual keyboard while they have a huge physical keyboard close at hand. If you install MooMle in your Android phone, every SMS will be also redirected to your e-mail. The sender of that email will be an address like this [email protected] and if you answer to that, your mobile will send and SMS. You can also start a new conversation with any number simply writing an email to [email protected] You won't lose track of your conversations, because every SMS sent from your email will be also recorded in your mobile phone. One of the most interesting features of MooMle is that if the receiver is a MooMle user the SMS will be sent for FREE through the Internet in a manner completely transparent to the sender and to the receiver. Today the features that make MooMle different from other similar app are: - You do not have to install anything but the app (that is ready to use in 10 seconds) - You can manage your SMS from any device, you only need a email client or webmail - You can also start a conversation from your e-mail (not only answer) - You can send FREE SMS to other users without the need of messing up with any setting - The text delivery is guaranteed, if the receiver is not connected to the internet the SMS will be sent through your mobile carrier network. - It's FREE
Last updated 25 Nov 2013
Published 25 Nov 2013
How much more convenient would it be to be able to answer your emails with a quick SMS message than to have to go through the whole rigmarole of replying directly? You can still text them via your smartphone, of course, but that does involve finding your phone first. Then you can type in your message on that tiny keyboard after checking the email address on the computer. It’s all a bit messy, isn't it? And who knows if your service provider charges you for text messaging or whether you have enough credit left? MooMle is one of those communication applications that makes you wish that it had come by default with every smartphone. It lets you send and receive SMS messages to and from your email service without the need to download or install anything.
MooMle was originally developed because it was realized that people - whether they be at work or at home - tend to sit in front of their computer to check their mailbox and it would be more convenient to message straight back from their computer directly. The way it is at the moment (and if you are anything like many of my friends) the first problem that crops up at this point is the hunt for their smartphone so that they can reply by SMS. Maybe it's tucked away in their jacket pocket or it could be in their bag...hopefully it isn't in another room. Let's assume the phone...