Bulk SMS Sender
Bulk SMS Sender
1.1.4

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Bulk SMS Sender free download for Mac

Bulk SMS Sender1.1.4

02 November 2018

Type SMS messages on your Mac and send them via your iPhone.

Overview

Bulk SMS Sender lets you type an SMS message on your Mac and send it via your iPhone - to many recipients or just to one. The Bluetooth connection is used, "Blue SMS client" for iPhone is required (available free on the App Store).

Requirements:
  • Bluetooth 4.0
  • OS X 10.8 or later
  • iOS 8 or later
Important

Only these new Mac computers and iPhones support Bluetooth 4.0:

  • iMac, after October 2012
  • Mac mini, after July 2011
  • MacBook Air, after July 2011
  • MacBook Pro, after June 2012
  • Mac Pro, after December 2013
  • iPhone 4s or later

"Bulk SMS Sender" does not work with any other Macs and iPhones, only with those listed above.

Other features:
  • Auto connecting to iPhone's Blue SMS client
  • Reading recipients directly from Apple Contacts
  • Sending messages to an individual recipient or to a group
  • Import a group from a csv file (csv file can be exported from Excel, Numbers or created in a text editor)
  • Creating message templates
  • History of sending
  • Recent recipients list

Sending the SMS message must be confirmed on the iPhone due to security reasons - this confirmation is a feature of the Apple developing environment, in which the "Blue SMS client" application is written. It is not possible to send a message without such a confirmation.

What's new in Bulk SMS Sender

Version 1.1.4:
  • macOS Mojave 10.14 compatibility

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How would you rate Bulk SMS Sender app?

2 Reviews of Bulk SMS Sender

anonymous-tapir-4715
17 February 2017
Version: 1.1.2

Most helpful

This is what Messages is for - and if the recipient is not on Mac, it will default to ordinary SMS. Don't know what that costs, but Messages is free.
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anonymous-tapir-4715
17 February 2017
Version: 1.1.2
This is what Messages is for - and if the recipient is not on Mac, it will default to ordinary SMS. Don't know what that costs, but Messages is free.
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smithjc1978
10 November 2015
Version: 1.1
you can do this for free it is built into the mac system
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