October 15, 2015
Yesterday, AT&T announced NumberSync, a phone number-based solution to allow users to place calls and texts across devices. This announcement came with the caveat that AT&T’s NumberSync will operate solely on the carrier’s wireless network with LTE-connected, registered devices.
This announcement comes as no surprise, following the success of Apple’s Continuity service, which also enables users to call and text cross-device, so long as they are using exclusively Apple hardware and running iOS 8 or OS X 10.10 Yosemite or later, and that their devices be connected to an iPhone via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Now, a few hours after AT&T’s announcement and T-Mobile and Sprint enter the game, claiming they too will be working on their own version of the above cross-device continuity.
With users increasingly demanding the ability to continue their smartphone conversations cross-device, why is everyone building their own, closed ecosystem. How does this serve us, the users?
PPLCONNECT offers the easiest and most complete solution for users to continue all their smartphone conversations cross-device. With PPLCONNECT, users can send/receive their SMS, make calls with their phone number and receive live call notifications on a PC, Mac, tablet & smartphone. Plus, PPLCONNECT lets users receive all their other messaging apps, including WhatsApp, Viber, Facebook Messenger, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, Skype, etc. across all their devices.
• Send/Receive your SMS from a computer, tablet, smartphone
• Pop-up notifications on computer when new texts arrive
• Call with your phone number from a computer
• Live Call notifications
• SMS are synced between all devices and your phone’s SMS inbox
• 100% Free Messaging with other PPLCONNECT users
• Receive Messaging App Notifications for WhatsApp, Messenger, Instagram, etc.
• Multitask SMS & Calls simultaneously
No Bluetooth, wifi, specific hardware & OS, or even desktop extensions needed. Yeah!
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