Microsoft SMS Organizer App Gets Better With New Features

SMS Organizer

Microsoft has updated SMS Organizer app for Android with new features. The app is available in the UK, US, and India. With software version 1.1.180, the latest update to the Microsoft SMS app has integrated improved message classification including finance/reminder card. The update also includes bug fixes, improvements, and code optimization.

With Microsoft SMS Organizer, you can fetch live status of any Indian Railways train without Internet connectivity. The module makes use of the GPS to locate your train location. It is also possible to share the current train location with your friends and family. The SMS Organizer app enables you to fetch best offers from e-commerce marketplaces including the ability to browse the web. You can keep track of all your bank accounts and wallets in one single destination.

With Microsoft SMS Organizer, you will receive automated reminders for upcoming trains, flights, buses, movies, doctor appointments, hotel reservations including bill payments. The creation of custom reminder is also possible to enable you to remember the required tasks. The app enables you to verify train PNR status, flight status, cab booking, and other activities. The advanced speech-to-text functionality helps you to compose SMS by just speaking into the microphone. The dark theme enables you to view content even in bright sunlight.

The SMS Organizer app provides a facility to backup your messages to Google Drive. Your messages will be safe even if accidentally deletes all the SMS or perform a factory reset. You can customize notifications, ringtones, font sizes as you wish. The app can be used even without active Internet connectivity. The SMS Organizer app is available for download from Goole Play Store.

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