Schemes: Free App to Schedule All Your Messages
Article by George Norman
On 13 May 2013
The name Schemes is short for Scheduled Messaging. This is a free app that lets you schedule messages that will be sent via SMS, Facebook, Twitter, or Gmail. You can use Schemes on your Android-powered mobile device.

Here is the scenario I had in mind. It’s Sunday evening and you receive an email notification telling you Bob’s birthday will be on Tuesday. It’s too early to send Bob a “Happy Birthday” message – and you know that it will be a busy week and you’ll probably forget about Bob’s birthday. Instead of setting up a reminder of something along those lines, let the free Schemes app for Android lend a helping hand.

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With Schemes you can schedule messages to be sent out automatically. As a trivia side note, the name Schemes is short for Scheduled Messaging – as previously stated at the start of this article and as you can clearly see in the image at the top.

The great thing about Schemes is that it provides support for SMS, Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail. So with a bit of help from this app you can send a “Happy Birthday!” message to Bob via text, via popular social networking site Facebook, via popular mocr-blogging service Twitter, or via Google’s email client.

I mentioned above that Schemes is a free application. It must be added here that the app is in a free Beta stage. This means you could run into some crashes. If this happens, you’re well advised to notify the developer so these bugs can be fixed.

Schemes Main Features
  • Nice Holo user interface
  • Schedules SMS texts, Facebook statuses, Tweets, and emails (Gmail only)
  • Notifications for sent messages
  • All messages are added to their respective threads in the Messaging app
  • Schemes is in a free Beta stage.

You can get Schemes from Google’s Play Store here.



Tags: Schemes, SMS, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Google, Android, Play Store, app, Beta, free, schedule
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