(PRWEB) August 07, 2014
Developers for a new technology called Text Fairy announced today that now there’s a way for users to send messages that are often times too hard to send themselves to friends, family, co-workers, that special someone, and so on.
“There’s absolutely nothing else like it on the market today,” said company spokeswoman, Rula Jones.
Jones went on to explain that examples of the normally awkward messages that can be sent using Text Fair include messages, such as: Can you focus on your work instead of texting away?; How about powering down for the rest of the night?
Jones noted that although it's the message users want the other person to receive, it's hard for most people to send it themselves.
But with Text Fairy, Jones noted, sending an anonymous message directly to the person who needs to receive it is now possible.
"The best thing about it is that the message won't come from you or your phone," Jones stresses, before adding, "Text Fairy has been known to save relationships, she keeps friends and family together and she has even been known to save jobs and increase corporate profits."
In fact, the availability of Text Fairy could prove to have perfect timing.
According to a recent study conducted by The Pew Research Center Internet & American Life Project more than 83 percent of American adults own cell phones and three-quarters of them or 73 percent send and receive text messages. In addition, the study concluded, some 55 percent of those say they would rather receive a text than rather than a voice call.
“When you hire the Text Fairy to be on your side, messages are always fun, anonymous, and never mean-spirited or profane,” Jones revealed.
Jones went on to point out that using the technology requires only three fast and easy steps.
Step 1: Users choose the type of message they need delivered from the list of categories; Step 2: Users are instructed to pay a small fee to send the text message that needs to be delivered; Step 3: The message is sent and Text Fairy never discloses who the sender of the message is, unless the sender chooses to identify themselves to the recipient.
As to how the general public rates the new technology, several people who have seen the website, give it two thumbs up.
Gail Hand, president The Power of Laughter, said she’s glad to finally see a service that will wake up the phone obsessed people in your life.
“The Text Fairy says what you've been thinking, and don't have the courage to say,” Hand said. “Long live the Text Fairy.”
David Newman of Do It! Marketing agreed with Hand’s sentiments, saying that Text Fairy’s time has come.
“Whatever happened to friendships, respect, relationships, and time?” he questioned. “That's the real issue going on in our new technology addicted world. If there’s ever been a time for a reminder of being present with the things and people in your presence, that time is now.”
For more information, please visit: http://www.textfairy.com.