What you need to know
- Microsoft's SMS Organizer is now available in the U.S., U.K., and Australia.
- The app is already popular in India.
- The app helps organize your text messages and filters out spam.
Updated August 21, 2019: Users outside of India who try to download SMS Organizer are now met with the message "The early access programme is currently full. Space may open up later."
Microsoft's SMS Organizer is now available in the U.S., U.K., and Australia (via XDA Developers). The app was already available in India and has a large user base. The app currently has over 25,000 reviews averaging 4.5 stars on the Google Play Store.
Microsoft's SMS Organizer started as a Microsoft Garage project and evolved into a popular app in India. It organizes text messages into categories such as flights and movie bookings. It also automatically sets reminders and helps you keep track of tasks. It can also filter out spam messages to make sure you only see the messages that you'd like to read.
The app does not require you to upload your messages, but if you'd like to, you can back up conversations to a Google Drive account.
The app's expansion to other regions allows more users to keep their messages organized. At the moment it is available in the U.S., U.K., and Australia, in addition to remaining available in India.
This app keeps your SMS organized into categories and helps you filter out spam. It can also back your messages up to a Google Drive account.
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