You have thousands of text messages lying in your inbox. And it’s making you antsy about replacing your phone. What would happen to all those love messages from Hagar2o2 or Phred652 who you just met at some sleazy dating site but you know to be your One True Love?
And sure there are a bunch of ways of backing up your text messages. There’s SMS Backup & Restore (by Ray Y) that lets you back up all your text messages to your SD card, and then restore them later on. But then if you lost your phone, you’re still back to square one. All your texts are belong to some rundown shop in Quiapo.
And there are apps like Online SMS Backup & Restore (by bolutions) which lets you back up your texts to the cloud. But it’s to THEIR servers. You don’t even know if the company will still be alive next year.
And then there are the apps that let you save your texts as spreadsheet files. Right. Let’s see you figure out what to do with these files later on.
No, the best way to save your text messages is by integrating them into your Gmail account. As messages that you can store and search and look back to with fond memories online. Even after you’ve deleted these texts from your phone.
And that’s what SMS Backup+ (by Jan Berkel) does. It links up to your Gmail account and can take care of automatically backing up your texts, at regular intervals of your liking, to your own personal cloud. Now you can browse through your text messages via Gmail anytime. Access them via their very own customized label. And your texts will be in a very friendly conversation-sequenced message format.
Now you won’t ever have to worry about losing your most memorable text messages ever again.
Important: Get the Jan Berkel version and not any other similar-sounding one.
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