A new application for Android devices has been released these days and its name is TxtMsg Away Message. It is developed by Jon Fimek and it costs $1.99. Until now it has been reviewed by more than 90 customers as having almost 4 stars.
Basically this application is an automated way of responding to the persons that are messaging you when you are sleeping, when you are driving, when you don't want to answer to your phone and other reasons. But you must select first what is the reason. Because you cannot respond to someone that you are driving, when you are sleeping or when you're eating; that person must know what you are doing since you are not picking up the phone. Of course, if you are on the toilet seat, you will not provide them with an answer saying them that you are on the toilet seat and that you will get back to them whenever you will be available, although you can say this to them if you are a funny person.
The autoreply functions may start from a certain period of time and they can end when you set them to. This application is available instantly on your Android device, as long as you get it from Amazon.com. It seems that you don't have to get your Android applications only from Android Market, because they are available from other sites as well. This application that is created to reply automatically to the text messages that you receive on your Android phone, but also to the messages that you receive on your tablet, if the tablet uses the SMS functions (there are tablet that do this, as long as they use some other apps) allow you to customize some of the features.
Let's see what these features are; you can personalize your own messages (I bet you can), but the maximum amount of the characters that are included in one message is of 106 characters. You can set for example that an autoreply message to be sent only to your contacts. For example, if you will receive a message from an unknown user or from your Internet provider, for example, that announces you the amount of money that you owe them, you can set to not respond to that message also. It would be a little strange, because you must take into consideration that no one will read the messages that you will send to your Internet provider, because they will be delivered to a robot. And that robot is created to send messages, not to receive, or if it receives messages, it doesn't read them.
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