You are a Mac user but own an Android device. And while working on your computer, you have to dig into your smartphone to check out latest text messages. Wouldn’t it be cool if you could send/receive your Android text messages right from your Mac or PC? Yeah, that would really be nice!
Meet “AirText” that lets you overcome the hurdle. The app synchronizes Android SMS text messages to your Mac, Windows PC, Android Tablet, and even iPad.
As soon as you receive a message on your smartphone, it notifies you to keep you updated. Even better, you can access a large collection of standard emojis or even define your own custom avatars to bring more fun into text messaging.
How to Send/Receive Android Text Messages on Mac or Windows PC
The free version of the app lets you send up to five messages per day and allows 500 text messages storage. It contains ads and supports MMS as well as group messaging.
The monthly subscription ($4.99) and yearly subscription ($129.99) allows you to send unlimited text messages and offers unlimited storage. The pro version of the app contains no ads and also provides 24/7 customer support.
Step #1. First and foremost, you need to download AirText app on your Android device. Head over to Play Store and install this app. Then, create an account.
Step #2. Now, download AirText on your Mac or Windows PC.
Step #3. Next, you need to log in using your username and password.
Step #4. After you have logged in the AirText client app, you should see all of your Android text messages & contact list on your computer.
Now, go ahead and use the app to conveniently send and receive messages from your desktop!
That’s pretty much it!
Worth Giving a Try:
As far as functionality is concerned, I have found AirText to be up to the mark. The clean interface coupled with easy-to-use features ensure you can easily lap onto it. Best of all, it’s available for free. Hence, if you wish to use the messaging app, you have a chance to gauge its functionality before upgrading to the pro version.
What do you think of this neat app? Would you like to use it on your desktop? Feel free to shoot your thoughts in the comments.
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