Zipwhip Allows Users to Send Texts From Their Computers
Zipwhip is another app in other words brilliant in its simplicity - all it does is allow users to use a web application to send text messages from their computer using their mobile phone number. That simplicity has resulted in 6.4 million people deciding to use the service.
Previously, Zipwhip only had apps tied to specific carriers. With its new web app, anyone who owns an Android phone can use their PC, Mac, or Linux desktop to send texts using their mobile number. Regular texting rates will all in all apply, clearly, nevertheless the freedom to text whenever you want has been alluring for many. When all is said and done, it’s always going to be more convenient to type a message on a computer than it is to type it into a phone, when given the choice.
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