It can become quite tedious trying to type an SMS using a standard mobile phone's keypad. Luckily, if you're an Android user, there is a an application that can make this a little bit easier for you. In this article, I'll introduce you to EasySMS, which provides a great interface for you to compose SMS messages through your browser.
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Tweet After receiving a number of complaints from my fiancé, complaining that I never respond to SMS messages received, I thought I’d do a bit of searching and try to discover whether it was possible for my mobile phone to let my PC know when there was something happening on it. Clearly, due to the [...]
Tweet The mobile site for Eyewitness News has finally gone live! It’s been a long road getting to that state, but I can now sit back and watch the site being used. There’s something satisfying about hearing an advertisement on the radio for a mobile site that you know you developed, and that people are [...]
Tweet Recently, one of the projects I worked on had a requirement where users of the site were allowed to submit articles, and submit images linked to these articles. These images were optional, and due to the fact that this was for a mobile site, we needed to keep this process as phone-agnostic as possible. [...]