When comparing Pulse SMS vs SMS Organizer, the Slant community recommends Pulse SMS for most people. In the question“What are the best SMS apps for Android?” Pulse SMS is ranked 6th while SMS Organizer is ranked 14th.
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Pro Multi-platform/Unified Messaging
Pro Per-Conversation Customization
Pro One-time fee
Pro Good Material Design UI
Pro Encrypted messaging content on devices
Pro You can use the iOS app as long as you know how to sideload it
It is on GitHub and there's a way to sideload it with Cydia impactor and appsigner.io
Pro Smart Assist
Check PNR status, check Flight status, Check-in directly through the SMS reminders itself. You need not open multiple apps, SMS organiser will take you to the right webpage through reminder cards and help you close your important tasks.
Pro Smart Reminders
Never miss your appointments now! SMS organiser will send you automatic reminders of upcoming trains, flights, buses, movies and even bill payments in time. You can also create a custom reminder to help you remember important events.
Pro Hassle Free OTP
It does a great job when you receive OTP. Shows at the top of the screen, you can copy OTP and it gets deleted automatically.
Con Inconsistent and intermittently unreliable syncing with web app.
Forgets password periodically - dev insists that it doesn't do this - but it does.
Despite syncing via cloud there is no backup option.
Con The web and pc clients haven't been updated in almost a year. No support for gifs in the web or pc clients. Sometimes the web and pc clients are unable to login or do not sync messages.
Con No RCS support
But only Messages has that.
Con Lacks support for UWP on Windows 10
UWP apps aren't hard to build - Luke K could bring his app to the Windows Store easily and make a TON of people happy at work.