Scheduled is a new app that lets you schedule your text messages

Want to remember to tell a love happy birthday, good luck or congratulations? Had a follow-up query for a consumer that just resulted to you at1 AM? Want to write a heartfelt thank you to be texted at a later date? Unfortunately, neither SMS nor most messaging apps including iMessage allow you to enlist a textin advance and schedule it to be sent out on a last-minute year. But a new iOS application called Scheduled can help.

To be clear, the app does not actually schedule texts forautomatic sending.

For that, youd need to hackyour iPhone and use one of the jailbreak appsinstead. Apple does not allow for this functionality, officially.

What Planned does is volunteer an App Store-approved workaroundfor scheduling texts.

The app itself is simple and straightforward to use.

You first select the person you want to text from your Contacts, then write the textbook you want to send and hand-picked the time you want to be reminded to send the text. When that time moves around, Planned is sending out a pushing notification so you can return to the app to send the text.

After sending, a immediate swipe will remove the remembrance from the apps queue.

Scheduled isnt only for SMS or iMessage, however it also supports messaging apps like Telegram, WhatsApp, Messenger, Twitter, and it allows you to fake the words text to paste it into any other app of your choice. It can be used for be borne in mind of emails or telephone call, too.

Further down the road, Planned plans to add is supportive of LinkedIn and Slack, and it will roll out a few tweaks to the sending spurt, Apple Watch integration, and Android support at some point.

To be fair, there are other text send scheduling apps on the App Store, but Scheduleds interface is clean-living and modern, in relation to those Ive seen previously.

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