It was started with the ‘beta’ moniker on Google Play, but includes a separate beta testing tool. In its latest beta update, the SMS manager app has got a couple of new features such as a darker user interface, and support for Hindi and Telugu. To see these attributes, you’ll have to sign up for the beta programme by obtaining this link and clicking on Become A Tester. You will then see an upgrade on the app’s Google Play listing.
Talking about changes to UI in the most recent beta update to Microsoft SMS Organizer, the port now gets a black-coloured tint compared to the previously available dark blue tint in the dark manner. This is geared toward offering an aesthetically pleasing experience for the app’s users. The new beta attributes were spotted by OnMSFT. Gadgets 360 lately learnt that more Indian languages will be added into the app soon.
To recap, SMS Organizer uses machine learning to recognize the type of SMS messages you get on your Android smartphone. The program classifies them on the basis of priority. As an example, the program will identify if the SMS was received from a significant source or is promotional in nature. Additionally, the app lets you set up reminders for things like picture bookings and train timings by scanning through the text in the received SMS messages. SMS Organizer can be used only when the consumer comes with an Indian cellphone number as it requires to input a One Time Password (OTP) for verification. But, SMS Organizer’s group has said that a worldwide rollout is on its own radar.
In an event held in Hyderabad late last month, Microsoft Garage declared its sixth center in the nation. Jeff Ramos, Partner Director, Microsoft Garage, also stated that India’s second Toilet is going to be opened up in Bengaluru in this calendar year.