I recently wrote a post listing all the sites which can be used to send free sms (text message) to any country. In case you didn’t read that post, you can read the article using the following link and get to know sites for sending completely free sms’s:
I, being a resident of India, prefer way2sms and 160by2 more than any other site. The reason being, both of them have very good delivery time, almost equal to that of my operator Airtel. This being said, it also is difficult to open the site and login, each time you want to send an sms. Further, it is even more difficult when you do all this from your mobile phone (even though you own a smart phone or best wifi phone) while on the move.
This being said, wouldn’t it be nice if you could simple run an application on your phone and send sms straightway? Well, it would certainly benefit the regular user but unfortunately only 160by2.com provides a java based application which is buggy and slow. And way2sms doesn’t provide any such application for mobile phones. The good news is that a developer (Champzone) has custom made a java based mobile application specially for way2sms users. The application runs on almost all the mobile phones supporting java (in case you own a samsung device, see this post for installing applications on Samsung mobile phone). Follow the steps given below to send free sms straight from your mobile:
And thats it! Happy sms’ing.
Download Links :
NOTE : While using this application sometimes you might get an error message and a html doc may pop up showing error but it isn’t actually an error (and message has been sent for sure). It might be a bug in the application itself.
UPDATE: The files have been uploaded to dropbox. Here are the links :
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