One of Microsoft most popular, yet not widely known, Android applications is the SMS Organizer tool. If you are unfamiliar with this application, it's probably because it is only available in India. However, SMS Organizer has gained a larger user base in that country.
Microsoft has now issued an update for SMS Organizer, bringing the app up to version 1.1.147. In this bundle, Microsoft has added new features, made some performance improvements, and fixed some bugs.
Among the new features Microsoft has worked on include support for quick replies when in a conversation. Microsoft says SMS Organizer is also receiving separate channels for notifications.
Below is the full version 1.1.147 changelog:
- Support for quick replies in conversation
- Separate channels for different notifications
- Fixes for class 0 message handling
- Fix for train live status tracking
- Updated SMS patterns
- Bug fixes
If you live in India, you can update SMS Organizer on Android now, or download the app from here.
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.”