- 04-28-09, 07:48 PM #2
I have a hunch that the app probably automatically texts via e-mail. Most carriers will assign an e-mail address to your phone number. For example, if 555-555-5555 were a Verizon number, the e-mail address would be email@example.com
You may have to do a little digging to find the other carriers' e-mail domains, but my guess is that's how it works.
- CrackBerry User
04-28-09, 08:13 PM #3
- 60 Posts
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- CrackBerry Abuser
04-28-09, 08:14 PM #4
- 157 Posts
Hey, send an email to (any phone number)@teleflip.com and it converts it to a text. Can't respond though. Also there's a little something you may have heard of called bbmessenger? I know its only blackberries, but any friend with a phone other than a bb is no friend of mine!
- 04-20-10, 02:42 AM #6
I tested out the text free app on my Touch and it's actually pretty nice for the receiver. I sent texts to my phone and the address came through as a proper and easy to read email address. What I'd like to know is how to get a blackberry email message to do the same because I always have trouble deciphering my fiancée's address sent from her blackberry to my phone as do others and it can be a little frustrating having to type in or dig out the reply address from my phone book before sending a reply.
So I guess the question is are there any apps that can use the blackberry email system to text more seamlessly than the current system does or are there settings to deal with the garbled address on the receiver's end?
- 04-07-11, 06:09 AM #7
Heres what I do, Ask your most texted friends to get a facebook account and ask them to set up notifications to be sent to their phone if someone sends a message to them (i think they can also specify individual users) Then, download facebook app and message them thru that.
- 04-07-11, 06:32 AM #8July 28, 2015.
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- 04-07-11, 10:02 AM #9
Lol. Google Voice ftw. Not that the OP is likely to every read thisNeed an app for your blog/business or want some BB10 coding help? PM me for rates
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- CrackBerry Abuser
04-07-11, 10:51 AM #11
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does it really work, GV. I had it for a while but couldn't really understand how the text messaging is free. I still have the account and all, but I'm using my number instead of a Google number.Keep the non sense comments to yourself!!!!!!!
- 04-07-11, 11:08 AM #12
The GV txt msg uses data so you aren't charged txt msg rates. With GV running, go to your Contacts. Highlight one you want to send a txt to and hit your menu button. Choose SMS using Google Voice.Blessed are they who can laugh at themselves, for they shall never cease to be amused.
- 06-10-11, 11:35 AM #14
I use the SMS gateways a lot, since I don't have a txt bundle.
I Email my daughter's phone so she receives as TXT. And then she responds by TXTing my email address. I don't incur any SMS charges and hers just hit her bundle/allotment.
- 01-09-13, 05:56 PM #17
I would highly recommend "What'sApp". It is a free application that allows free text messaging anywhere in the world. Its available from AppWorld or online through their website. The only thing that you need to be aware of when using What's App is that it is a real resource hog and will drain your battery if you do not close it each time you use it. There are two menu options to shut it off after use. One is "close" and the other one is "exit". If you hit close or use the escape key, it continues to run in the background sucking up battery. It's not real excessive but enough that you will want to be careful and make sure to close it.
The link is here for it. Good luck! Free WhatsApp Messenger - Download WhatsApp Messenger - Free Apps from BlackBerry App World
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