There are two basic symbols of todays information and communication technologies: obviously, a computer and a mobile phone. Unfortunately, they arent very friendly to each other: Typically you can establish connection between your own phone and computer, but connecting from a computer to a remote phone (and vice versa) is another story. Therefore, its like having two parallel communication worlds: computer networks versus mobile networks. And such useful software as SMS-it! can act as a bridge between these two.
As the name suggests, SMS-it! is a program which you can use to send SMS (short text messages) to mobile phones of any type. The flexibility of SMS-it is in the number of ways it can send messages. First, you can just connect your own phone to a computer and have a phone as a «communication device» of your computer. Second, you can use a modem and local mobile operators dial-up services; then, you can use Internet gateways to do the trick.
SMS-it! provides such abilities as :sending abilities (plain SMS, Flash SMS, pictures, ringtones) and computer organizing abilities: integration with MS Outlook, address book import feature and having inbox for your phone, automating batch sending tasks and all-you-can-imagine about the right tool for the right task.
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