Pulse SMS (Phone/Tablet/Web)


#1

Pulse re-imagines your messaging experience by making your messages available - seamlessly - across all your devices. Send and receive text messages from your laptop, PC, tablet, watch, TV, and any device with access to a web browser. Start by creating a Pulse account on your phone, and you will have instant access to all your messages.

Even if you don’t want to use it on other devices, here are just a few of the features that make Pulse SMS the ultimate texting experience:

  • Endless global and per-conversation theme options
  • Share GIFs with your messages, from Giphy
  • Delayed sending
  • Snooze notifications
  • Powerful searching through messages and conversations
  • Beautiful, readability-style browser, for the best web experience
  • Archive conversations
  • Blacklist phone numbers
  • Schedule messages
  • Automatic message backup and restore with a web account
  • Dual-SIM support (Android 5.1+)
  • plus so much more!

Supported Platforms
With our web messenger, you can send and receive SMS/MMS and manage the app from ANY device connected to the internet! This means you can text from your computer, whether it is a Mac, PC, or Linux machine, while sitting at work.

Not only is there a web app to send text and picture messages, Pulse SMS also has native messaging apps for Android tablets, Android Wear, Google Chrome, Firefox, and even Android TV: https://messenger.klinkerapps.com/supported_platforms.html

All of your conversations are stored in the cloud using strong end-to-end encryption, so you never have to worry about your data getting out. With Pulse, you get privacy and piece of mind, right out of the box: https://messenger.klinkerapps.com/encryption.html


#2

Just started playing with this, was able to send an SMS from my Linux desktop to my wife phone.

SMS History is on my Linux box and phone and later today my tablet


#3

Do people still send text messages though? I thought with Whatsapp, Telegram, Signal, et al. that the common SMS/MMS would be coming close to death by now.


#4

Since I sent about 30 SMSs this morning during a system outage I say it’s still running strong.

I don’t use SMS for family, we’ve moved to Slack and Signal for Family comms