Communication

Download – Schedule Messages Across Twitter, Facebook, Gmail & SMS with “Schemes” App

Scheduling Messages across the social platforms was not at all an easy task while it was one of the highly missed feature until we heard about the convenience it provides. So, your wait comes to End as you can schedule messages across twitter, facebook, Gmail and also of course SMS with an app called “Schemes” which let’s you delay messages by specifying the time you want your message sent. With Clean Holo UI, we bet you can’t find any more simpler interface than this which we gonna be checking out in the due course of this article.

ScheMes

Highlight Features of Schemes Android App:

  • Seamless integration with SMS, Facebook, Gmail and Twitter Apps,
  • Clean and Redesigned Simple HOLO Interface,
  • Cancelable Messages,
  • Safe & Secured App

Everyone may require to delay / schedule the messages across SMS, Facebook, Gmail and Twitter which may be the birthday wishes or may be some scheduled messages so that you never miss out to communicate your message at right point of time. We have also mentioned the screen captures of the app below which will further give you an idea on how easy this app is to use.

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With Holo UI in place, the design guidelines for Android are actually followed as it provides a leaner, meaner and fitter interface yet providing the Grandma experience. With simple colors and fluidic interface, you will never hesitate to install the same.

We would like to extend our sincere thanks to Flozzo who is the developer of this app. The best part of this app is that this app is compatible with Android versions 3.0 and newer, and can be downloaded for free from here at AndroidAdvices.

Do let us know in the comments section on how you felt about this app as it will act as a feedback to the developer.

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