Sending SMS from the computer is a plausible option for users of Android, and more since in 2018 Android Messages announced this option natively in its app through a web page. But Android Messages is not the only app that allows you to enjoy this utility, and there are several alternatives. With this article you will discover the different ways to send SMS with a web browser and a computer.
The application of Google It has had a web version for months with which to send SMS. In the purest WhatsApp Web style, just open the address in the browser and use a QR code to read with the mobile device so that both computer and phone are linked through a WiFi network.
When you open the Android Messages app on your terminal, just open the dropdown menu (the three dots in the upper corner) to press’Web messages‘. Once here a QR code reader will open. You will find the QR code at the web address of Messages for Android. Your domain, by the way, will soon migrate to become Google Messages.
Android messages is the most solid, versatile and simple option, but there are many others for those who do not convince the Google option. Of course, they will have to link accounts and phone numbers to guarantee the security of devices and connections.
SendLeap It is another interesting alternative for those who are not convinced or seduced by the standard Google app. With a mechanism similar to that of Android Messages, it provides users with a web address or even an executable program with which to send text messages. Yes, requires the installation of the app on the mobile phone.
This utility works, for its part, with an extension for browsers that can be obtained here. This done, it is now possible to enter the page in which you can manage the text message in question that has been received or proceed to send a new one. By the way, the system pairing It is done through the phone number and, in addition, the Google account, so there are no problems of use or security.
Once Free SMS is given permission to access the aforementioned account, and the application is installed on the Android terminal, simply use the options included in the user interface, which are very clear: On the left there is a menu that offers the different options available, such as the use of an SMS or own management of Messages and, next to it, the list of those that already exist. Everything is really intuitive, since using the mouse you select what you want to do.
With this development it is possible to send a text message or even an MMS. The truth is that this development is a good life saver, and more so now that the operators offer rates in such a way that a large number of this type of messages can be sent at no cost and that, we remember, it is possible to use in places where data coverage is non-existent.