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History of Envaya SMS

Last update Sep. 30th 2021 1:16:47 PM
Creation date Mar. 20th 2013 1:14:18 PM
  • Alexis on Sep. 30th 2021 1:16:47 PM
    Introduction
    EnvayaSMS is a SMS and MMS gateway running entirely as an Android app. It forwards incoming SMS and MMS messages to a web server on the Internet, and sends outgoing messages from the web server to other phones. People with any type of mobile phone can send SMS and MMS to a phone running EnvayaSMS, without needing their own Android phone. It works wherever the phone can receive SMS messages and access the Internet (via Wi-Fi or mobile data connection). Appears to be capable of sending up to 1000 messages per hour, depending on the length of the message, the handset used and the network limitations. It offers a REST API and is available under an MIT license. No longer under development. Now switched to offering hosted version called https://telerivet.com/product/messaging
  • Vanina on Sep. 28th 2014 11:41:08 PM
    Local number
    yes just use a local SIM card
    Flag priority messages ?
    yes
  • Rob on Mar. 28th 2013 10:02:07 PM
    Flag priority messages ?
    Yes
  • Rob on Mar. 26th 2013 10:20:07 AM
    Hosted, Network or Handset
    Handset
  • Rob on Mar. 25th 2013 5:51:54 PM
    Local number
    Yes, just use a local SIM card
    Volume
    <1000/hour
  • Vanina on Mar. 21st 2013 3:56:12 PM
    Website
    http://sms.envaya.org/
  • Rob on Mar. 20th 2013 1:14:18 PM
    Mode
    70
    Name
    Envaya SMS
    Viewer
    public
    Editor
    public
    Category
    frameworks
    Introduction
    EnvayaSMS is a SMS and MMS gateway running entirely as an Android app. It forwards incoming SMS and MMS messages to a web server on the Internet, and sends outgoing messages from the web server to other phones. People with any type of mobile phone can send SMS and MMS to a phone running EnvayaSMS, without needing their own Android phone. It works wherever the phone can receive SMS messages and access the Internet (via Wi-Fi or mobile data connection). Appears to be capable of sending up to 1000 messages per hour, depending on the length of the message, the handset used and the network limitations. It offers a REST API and is available under an MIT license. No longer under development. Now switched to offering hosted version called http://telerivet.com/page/pricing
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