We are all busy, but we also do not want to ignore the people trying to reach us.
INDIANAPOLIS (PRWEB) October 19, 2018
TextMail, a customizable autoreply text app by Galvan Technologies LLC, has officially launched in the Google Play store. It offers three different modes to automatically reply to incoming text messages - Auto-Reply, Driver, and Out of the Office. It is a useful app for business people, students, stay at home parents, and anyone in between who does not want to be disturbed by text messages for a specific amount of time.
“We are all connected to our phones and it can distract us from what is going on in our daily lives. Sometimes we just want to disconnect, but it becomes impossible when we constantly have to reply to text messages,” said Chad Gallaway, developer of TextMail.
The Auto-Reply mode allows users to compose multiple responses of various lengths to automatically reply to incoming text messages for short, specific time intervals. With the Auto-Reply mode, users go undisturbed during meetings, naps, movies, or any other short-term activity without actually ignoring the sender or caller.
Drive mode, which can be disabled, automatically activates at 15 mph; it is intended to help drivers stay concentrated while driving. Conveniently, once the automatic reply message is composed, the user does not worry about turning this mode on or off before or after driving.
The Out of Office mode allows users to set up automatic replies to texts for longer periods of time than the Auto-Reply mode. This mode allows users to go undisturbed during leave time, vacations, or holidays while informing the sender or caller of the current situation, i.e “I am on vacation, I will call you back as soon as possible”.
TextMail also includes a Message Log with the history of all the automatic messages sent during the time any of the three modes were active. This app requires a monthly or yearly paid subscription, which is completed after downloading. Users can also schedule Out of Office replies to manage incoming texts when they're on vacation.
“TextMail was developed with everyone in mind,” said Gallaway. “We are all busy, we have meetings, classes, and other activities that require our undivided attention, but we also do not want to ignore the people trying to reach us, we’d rather inform them that we cannot get to the phone at the moment they are trying to reach us.”
TextMail was developed by Galvan Technologies, LCC. based in Indianapolis, Indiana. For more information, check out TextMail in the Google Play store.