ShortTalks

2.30 B38

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$24.95
Rated:
Downloads: 2
Op. System: Windoows All
Last updated: 2011-08-23
File size: 2.85 MB
Publisher: www.shorttalks.com

Publisher description for ShortTalks

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ShortTalks is a program running on Windows, using which you can exchange text messages (chat) with other persons through your mobile phone connected to the computer or through Internet. Transition of text messages is doing by means of SMS (Short Message Systems) or email service. Of course, your partners must have a mobile phone and/or an email account. ShortTalks organizes your conversations into conferences. Conference is a talk about some subject. Conference consists of conferees (as many as you wish), a log of sending and receiving messages, settings for SMS messages and some settings for visual preferences (font, color, etc.). ShortTalks saves a conference to a separate file and presents it to you in a separate conference window. You may have several (no limit) simultaneous conference. As you probably know, one plain SMS has no more than 160 Latin characters. In Shorttalks you may send and receive text message up to 17082 characters long in any language, which your computer is permitting to type. This is possible thanks to the fact that ShortTalks supports Unicode and is able to link SMS messages. ShortTalks is combining the powers of desktop PC and mobile communication. Frequently this combination gives you the quickest way to reach other persons. FEATURES: Sending and receiving text messages (SMS) using a mobile phone connected to a Windows computer Sending and receiving text email messages using an Internet connection Fast connect to the phone and easy of use Joining up to 255 plain messages (this gives 17082 characters long non-Latin message) Sending message to a group Organizing messages by conference, where several persons are discussing some subject Parallel processing of data transfer between the phone and the computer and user actions. This feature allows you to type new message while the program is sending previous one.

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