Since Txtot first came out, users have been relying on it as their own type of “personal assistant”. “Who needs Siri when you have Txtot”, says one user that goes by the username ‘TheHTS’ in iTunes. A similar comment was made by Matt from thenextweb.com, “Simply fill in the details a year ahead of time and relax, the app will do all the hard work for you."
While Txtot 2.2 is still an app that “lets you schedule text messages”, as mentioned on the NBC Today show segment digitallife.today.com, it has also received a few little upgrades that make it even better. Txtot 2.2 features include:
● Ability to quickly access your contacts list on your iPhone, iPod or iPad
● Text message can be sent on a specific time and date of your choice
● Easily add, delete, delay and edit your text messages
● Updated to work with the newest iOS version and compatible with iPod, iPhone and iPad with iOS 4.3 or later
● Minor bug fixes
● Enhanced performance
● Easier message scheduling
● History view for sent messages
How does Txtot really help people just by scheduling a text message though? According to the apps makers Felix Grimberg and Oded Breiner, the Txtot app is about simplifying life by “no longer forgetting important appointments, not having to think of ways to remind yourself to update your employees about some important information for the next business day, and on a personal level by no longer having to hear the sadness in a loved one’s voice when they ask you “how you could forget my birthday?”.
The Txtot app, available for download at iTunes, allows users to not only save time, but also save themselves from the embarrassment and frustration that comes from missing important events, appointments and even business opportunities. If you want to know more about this application or provide feedback, feel free to contact the makers at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.txtot.com.