- What is PinTEXT?
Simple App to Tag, Pin Messages imported from Phone's Message(SMS) Storage, it is not an alternate to your default Messaging Application
- What it does?
Gets Messages from SMS store, it lets you Pin, Tag & set Follow-up date for those. Enables you to access those tagged messages quickly.
- Is it safe?
Yes, it can neither send nor receive messages, it cannot make calls. It cannot communicate to internet.
- What are Pin Types?
Three categories, Starred (One item only), Pinned and Un-pinned.
- Where does PinTEXT store Messages?
Messages are stored in the Application area, allotted by Android.
- Why PinTEXT requires permission to access SMS?
PinTEXT just requires permission from Android to READ SMS, it is not designed to send and receive SMS.
- Why does PinTEXT require to read Contacts?
When messages are retrieved, it contains only sender number, to have the name, it needs to access Phone Contact.
- What if I delete a message from PinTEXT?
During import process PinTEXT makes a copy of message and stores it locally along with Pin Type, Tag and Follow-up date. Deleting messages from PinTEXT will not reflect at your Message Application, also deleting at your Message application will not delete it at PinTEXT.
- What if I change the Name at my contacts after importing Message?
The changes made at Contacts after importing a message will not have any effect at PinTEXT, PinTEXT would continue showing the information retrieved at the time of import.
- Currently there is a Starred Message, what happens if another Message is Starred?
New Message will become Starred, previously Starred Message will be made to Pinned.