SMS Cute 3.3
SMS Cute displays a comprehensive interface which makes it easy to browse through its features and functions and was tailored to fit well with all kinds of users. Similar to Microsoft Outlook, the application displays the contents into ‘Drafts’, ‘Inbox’, ‘Sent’ and ‘Deleted’ categories from where you can easily access them.
These categories are placed on the left side of the main window, leaving space for two other sections, one from where you can view a list of all the messages, and the other in which you can write the actual SMS and send it to a contact.
Connect via USB or serial port
The connection between the phone and your computer can be established using a USB or serial port. In case it’s called for, the application enables you to define the connection parameters such as port number, data transfer rate, timeout duration and command delay along with network settings.
Manage contacts from your address book
SMS Cute also comes with an address book feature which you can use to store information about all the contacts that exist in your phone. You can add new one and assign information such as name, mobile number and email address. It goes without saying that you are able to edit existing contacts or delete them using the same feature.
Practical but obsolete
In perspective, SMS Cute was a nice little piece of software to have on your computer because it allowed you to use the messaging system in a new and more fun way but technology has evolved considerably since its release and now the service it provides is not only outdated, but there are many other more practical solutions.
Reviewed by Alexandru Chirila on March 31st, 2014
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- This version fixes some bugs for connection with Nokia phones
Application descriptionSMS Cute is a useful application that was designed for faciliting Short Message Service (SMS) on mobiles. It can be us...
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