Alert SMS Email Sender

Alert SMS Email Sender


With a single click, you can send an alert to any number of people (parents, friends, colleagues...). The message is sent by SMS and/or email, and includes GPS data to locate you.
It is very easy to use and can be of great help in case you are in trouble or lost somewhere. The app uses either Wifi or local GSM antennas.

How to proceed:
When you start Alert Sender the program asks if you want to use the GPS locator. This is because Android does not allow apps to start GPS without the consent of the user.

Then the first time you use Alert Sender you must click on 'Settings' to install the type of messages you want to send. Fill the appropriate boxes with text or numbers. When you leave the settings page your Android phone will remember all the data you entered.
Examples:
Enter the alert message to be sent: Hi, this is Lucy, please help me, call me back if you can.
SMS: enter as many phone numbers as you wish, separated by commas:
(here you can click on the phone book to retrieve numbers from you directory, or enter the numbers by hand)
EMAIL: Enter email addresses, separated by commas: (here you can click on the email directory book to retrieve email addresses, or enter the emails addresses by hand)
Enter a cancellation message: (in case you want to cancel the previous alert you can fill an excuse here) Hi, this is Lucy again, I am sorry, please ignore my previous message.
Use geolocation: Click this if you want to enable or disable the GPS of your phone in this application.
SMTP settings: Click this to enable the email sender.

Enter SMTP server: i.e. smtp.gmail.com or smtp.mail.yahoo.com or smtp.live.com, this data is needed in order to be able to send emails.
Enter smtp port number: 465 for gmail, 25 for yahoo and live...
Enter your login username for this smtp: i.e. [email protected]..
Enter the password for this login username.
Enter the phone number where you would like to be called back, it will be shown in the message sent.

Retrial settings: Tell when and how you would like the message to be resent in case of loss of signal.

Next time you start Alert sender just press the Alert button and the message will be delivered to the appropriate persons (if you are in a location with a minimal connection to the Internet or a cell phone antenna).

Recent changes:
Added SSL/NoSSL checkbox
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4.2
User ratings
43
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
4
File size
892 kb
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About Alert SMS Email Sender
With a single click, you can send an alert to any number of people (parents, friends, colleagues...). The message is sent by SMS and/or email, and includes GPS data to locate you.
It is very easy to use and can be of great help in case you are in trouble or lost somewhere. The app uses either Wifi or local GSM antennas.

How to proceed:
When you start Alert Sender the program asks if you want to use the GPS locator. This is because Android does not allow apps to start GPS without the consent of the user.

Then the first time you use Alert Sender you must click on 'Settings' to install the type of messages you want to send. Fill the appropriate boxes with text or numbers. When you leave the settings page your Android phone will remember all the data you entered.
Examples:
Enter the alert message to be sent: Hi, this is Lucy, please help me, call me back if you can.
SMS: enter as many phone numbers as you wish, separated by commas:
(here you can click on the phone book to retrieve numbers from you directory, or enter the numbers by hand)
EMAIL: Enter email addresses, separated by commas: (here you can click on the email directory book to retrieve email addresses, or enter the emails addresses by hand)
Enter a cancellation message: (in case you want to cancel the previous alert you can fill an excuse here) Hi, this is Lucy again, I am sorry, please ignore my previous message.
Use geolocation: Click this if you want to enable or disable the GPS of your phone in this application.
SMTP settings: Click this to enable the email sender.

Enter SMTP server: i.e. smtp.gmail.com or smtp.mail.yahoo.com or smtp.live.com, this data is needed in order to be able to send emails.
Enter smtp port number: 465 for gmail, 25 for yahoo and live...
Enter your login username for this smtp: i.e. [email protected]..
Enter the password for this login username.
Enter the phone number where you would like to be called back, it will be shown in the message sent.

Retrial settings: Tell when and how you would like the message to be resent in case of loss of signal.

Next time you start Alert sender just press the Alert button and the message will be delivered to the appropriate persons (if you are in a location with a minimal connection to the Internet or a cell phone antenna).

Recent changes:
Added SSL/NoSSL checkbox
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
May 23, 2013
Samsung S3 This App crashes when you try to store a contact from your phone that has multiple numbers. Needs check boxes to enable/disable Sms or email. Also gives gps error message on ignore last button even though gps not checked.
A Google User
Jan 27, 2013
WORKS The app works properly for me. No crash, no problem entering numbers for SMS or email smtp settings. Easy to configure and messages do get sent and do arrive. And, in the messages, it gives the actual text location of where you are, not just a link to a map. NO ADVERTISING. One way to improve this would be to have an option for a PIN number so that no one could send the cancellation message unless the PIN number was entered first. Galaxy S3.
A Google User
Jan 27, 2013
WORKS The app works properly for me. No crash, no problem entering numbers for SMS or email smtp settings. Easy to configure and messages do get sent and do arrive. And, in the messages, it gives the actual text location of where you are, not just a link to a map. NO ADVERTISING. One way to improve this would be to have an option for a PIN number so that no one could send the cancellation message unless the PIN number was entered first. Galaxy S3.
A Google User
Jan 26, 2013
total crap wot a heap o crap, crashes everytime i tried to put a number or email addy then wen puttin the smtp settings in. certainly wouldnt rely on this in an emergency. deleted.
A Google User
Jul 17, 2012
Waste Very waste app