The Best SMS App For Android: Nothing Like Microsoft SMS Organizer

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There is nothing wrong in getting inspired by other companies, even if that’s your competitor. Following the thought, Microsoft took a cue from Google Gmail to create the best SMS app for Android smartphone. But, if you create a very generic perception about Microsoft SMS organizer app, then you are highly mistaken.

Although Microsoft launched the app last year, the SMS organizer app is reintroduced with many new features recently. The improved SMS organiser app from Microsoft is one of the first apps in the category to use Machine Learning models to have the auto organization of SMS, something similar to the auto arrangements of emails offered by Google Gmail.

The most interesting feature of Microsoft SMS app is the auto-detection and filtration of SPAM SMS a majority of the smartphone users are struggling the most with, nowadays.

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Until now the Microsoft SMS organizer app was available for Android users in India only. However, from today onwards, Android users in the US, UK and Australia can also download the app and experience the most intelligent way of organizing SMS.

Best SMS App For Android: Microsoft Bets On ML and Spam

To make the SMS app utilitarian for billions of Android users out there, Microsoft has employed. The new SMS app auto segregates SPAM SMS in the “promotional folder” automatically to keep Inbox cleaned prioritise messages that need your utmost attention.

Besides, the Microsoft SMS organiser app also helps users by reminding about their flights, meetings, movie schedules automatically. All thanks to ML that allows the app to learn about your preferences, selection and priorities.

However, that doesn’t mean that users of the app are on the mercy of functionalities powered by ML technology. The, so called, best SMS app for Android also offers a lot more customisations to tweak the app functionalities as per their need and preferences. Blocking a Sender, star SMS message, and archiving old messages are some of these functionalities the SMS app users can play with.

The biggest upgrade in the app is its capability to serve anytime – even when users are not connected to the internet. All the reminders and classification in the Microsoft SMS organisers app are done at the device level. This helps users to stay on the top of priorities round the clock.

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Microsoft has also added another much-awaited feature in the new SMS organiser app. Now, users of the app can also backup all the SMS, in the organised format, to Google Drive as well. Until now, the backup facility in Microsoft SMS organisers app was limited to Microsoft One Drive only.

The new SMS organisers app for Android by Microsoft is here to redefine process the native SMS apps was following. It not only helps Android users to stay more productive with various auto-reminders but also refrains them from annoying Spam SMS alerts.

Yes, there are few concerns as well. In order to alert you about all the important reminders and to auto segregate Spam SMS the Microsoft SMS organising app will need the permission to peep into your Inbox. So, unless you are sceptical about the trust factor that comes with Microsoft or has something very sensitive you receive regularly via SMS, you can easily download this app from Google Play store for free.

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