News by Andrew Kameka on Monday November 05, 2012.
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Evernote has announced a new feature that gives users of the mysms app an automatic method to archive their text messages in Evernote for Android, iPhone, or Windows Phone. The new integration comes courtesy of mysms, a cloud-based communication tool that routes text messages across multiple mobile or web devices. The mysms app uses your existing phone number to sync text messages between phones, tablets, and PC's or laptops, so all communication is backed-up to its free cloud service. It now offers the ability to save select conversations to Evernote.
By connecting mysms with an Evernote account, users gain the option to have text messages automatically saved to a designated notebook in Evernote. Entire threads of messages traded with one contact are added to a note, so users will always be able to read their conversation archives online. The potential benefit of this set-up is that in addition to having a second archive, it can be a way to access important information directly within Evernote. Rather than going to mysms to aid memory or gain information for a note leading to a task or project, the conversation will be available in Evernote.
mysms is available for Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, Mac, and Windows PC. Download the app by selecting your operating system and then pressing the "Get Started" button in the Evernote Trunk store.source: Evernote and mysms
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