Send text messages directly from your computer with the help of this app that synchronizez content between your PC and Android phone.
- Version :2.89 Beta
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :MightyText Team
With the help of its mobile relative, MightyText is a versatile piece of software that allows you to send text messages directly from the comforts of your computer’s desktop, through the services provided by your Android phone, as well as to receive notifications for various mobile services and manage almost all kinds of media.
Intuitive device pairing process
Before anything, you should make sure that both companion apps are installed on their appropriate devices. You can effortlessly install this app on your Android phone from the Google Play Store and with no more than a few clicks on your computer’s system, thanks to a streamlined installer.
This said, to pair the devices, you will need to log in using your official Google account on both of them. This is the perfect time to point out that both your computer and mobile device need to be connected to the Internet.
Send texts from your phone without actually having to directly interact with it
Once the connection has been established, the app syncs your SMS Inbox and other kinds of notifications with your phone and provides you with full access to your contacts’ details.
Somewhat interesting is the fact that MightyText can also help you sync other types of data with your phone besides messages from native or messenger apps. For example, with the help of this app, you can easily manage and enhance your videos and photos thanks to a built-in editor that packs all the basic retouching tools, including a set of useful filters.
Some users might find its interface to be somewhat ‘rigid’
Exploring all of the app’s features is by no means a challenge since everything seems to be well-organized into distinct sections. Nevertheless, the app will require a bit of getting used to, mainly since its interface is not what you would call modern.
The most annoying part is not the way it looks but the way it integrates with your computer’s system. For example, users that don’t like working with apps in fullscreen mode will surely find it a bit frustrating that this app does not come with an interface that can adapt its elements by shrinking or enlarging their sizes when the main window’s size changes.
You could describe this app as non-impressive based on its looks yet reasonably competent based on its feature set
As an ending note, MightyText alongside its mobile-based counterpart work great when it comes to sending SMS or messages with the help of other communication apps and play a fair trick when it comes to synchronizing content between your computer and Android smartphone.