Mak­ing chat easy.

APC Australia - - Software - Paul Tay­lor


Re­plyASAP sends text mes­sages to re­cip­i­ents and en­sures that they’re alerted to it, even if their phone is on silent. It’s ideal for par­ents who want their chil­dren to ac­knowl­edge a text — and re­ply — or for any­one who sim­ply wants to check in with a friend, or fam­ily mem­ber, or who needs some­one to check in on them. The point of it is that your text mes­sage doesn’t go unan­swered or ig­nored, as the app (which must be in­stalled on both the sender and re­ceiver’s phones) cre­ates a wail­ing noise when­ever a text is re­ceived, and needs them to ei­ther snooze it or re­ply. It’s ei­ther as ob­nox­ious or per­fect as you see fit. The sender down­loads the app, sends a re­cip­i­ent a re­fer­ral code to get the app them­selves, and then the sender pays for us­age. It’s free for the re­cip­i­ent. Var­i­ous bun­dles al­low for mul­ti­ple re­cip­i­ents. It’s far from per­fect: we had trou­ble set­ting it up, and your re­cip­i­ent must have in­ter­net ac­cess. They can also just delete the app, though you will be no­ti­fied of this.

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