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Microsoft SMS Organizer Receives Voice Messages on Android

Microsoft has given its SMS Organizer app on Android the ability to record user messages instead of typing. The app remains an India exclusive.


We would file 's SMS Organizer application something of a little-known service. Not least because most customers these days use services like and Skype to connect. That said, the app serves a very specific purpose and is useful to millions. Microsoft is now rolling out a new update for SMS Organizer on devices.

Through this release, the app is bumped to version 1.1.124 and comes with a single interesting new feature. Specifically, SMS Organizer can now support voice dictation for messages.

In the app, Microsoft as tweaked the UI to now include a little microphone icon in the bottom right corner. When this button is pressed the app will start recording. Users can now dictate their messages to the app instead of typing.

Of course, this ability has been on messaging services for some time, but it is an important tool nonetheless and one we are glad to see come to SMS Organizer.

Microsoft says it will be rolling out the feature in stages. If you are interested in SMS Organizer, check out the app on Play here.


As mentioned, SMS Organizer is a useful tool despite the popularity of services like WhatsApp. At the moment it is only available in India, where many areas do not have the connection power to send messages online. SMS still plays a vital communication role in low-connectivity locations.

Microsoft describes the app as a great alternative to the stock Android messaging app.

“It automatically organizes all your SMS into Personal, Transactional and Promotional category to help you declutter your SMS Inbox so that you never miss any important message. Switch to SMS Organizer as your default SMS App to have the smartest SMS inbox experience ever.”

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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