Smozzy Beta

Smozzy Beta


Get the web, without the data plan!

Smozzy Beta lets you use your T-Mobile* unlimited messaging plan to browse the web. No data plan required!

It works just like your Android phone's built-in browser, but the content is requested and delivered entirely via the text messages (SMS and MMS) included with your unlimited messaging plan.

NOTE: This app currently works with U.S. T-MOBILE SERVICE ONLY. This application may send and receive a large number of messages, so use of it without an unlimited messaging plan is NOT recommended. It is currently in beta, and has been tested only on Nexus S and HTC G2 devices.

Please send any feedback to [email protected]

*Update (9/18/2011): Smozzy has been updated with EXPERIMENTAL support for AT&T and Sprint customers, and COMPLETELY UNTESTED support for Verizon, Virgin, Cricket, Straight Talk, US Cellular, Viaero. Support for all of these networks is likely to be buggier than support for T-Mobile, and for many of them will likely not work at all. Send feedback to [email protected]

Recent changes:
Added provisional support for AT&T and Sprint, and untested support for Verizon, Virgin, Cricket, Straight Talk, US Cellular, Viaero.
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3.9
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About Smozzy Beta
Get the web, without the data plan!

Smozzy Beta lets you use your T-Mobile* unlimited messaging plan to browse the web. No data plan required!

It works just like your Android phone's built-in browser, but the content is requested and delivered entirely via the text messages (SMS and MMS) included with your unlimited messaging plan.

NOTE: This app currently works with U.S. T-MOBILE SERVICE ONLY. This application may send and receive a large number of messages, so use of it without an unlimited messaging plan is NOT recommended. It is currently in beta, and has been tested only on Nexus S and HTC G2 devices.

Please send any feedback to [email protected]

*Update (9/18/2011): Smozzy has been updated with EXPERIMENTAL support for AT&T and Sprint customers, and COMPLETELY UNTESTED support for Verizon, Virgin, Cricket, Straight Talk, US Cellular, Viaero. Support for all of these networks is likely to be buggier than support for T-Mobile, and for many of them will likely not work at all. Send feedback to [email protected]

Recent changes:
Added provisional support for AT&T and Sprint, and untested support for Verizon, Virgin, Cricket, Straight Talk, US Cellular, Viaero.

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User reviews of Smozzy Beta
great way to save on data usage.
Feb 26, 2012
Doesn't work for me on T-mobile myTouch 4G.
Sep 19, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 15, 2014
Good concept but... Doesn't work on my Nexus 5 on Tmo. I have unlimited text but no data. Gets stuck on waiting for response
A Google User
Jun 18, 2014
Needs an option to use the area code in the request My provider, Republic Wireless, needs an area code on all requests. Can you add that option? Thank you!
A Google User
Jun 17, 2014
Worked for one day Now it immediately force closes. Unuseable.
A Google User
Apr 26, 2014
Great app but I am having a problem... I have a Galaxy S5 on Sprint with unlimited data but I love the concept and am a geek when it comes to stuff like this and wanted to try it. The problem isn't with the connection it's that the app just displays the raw HTML code and doesn't compile it into a usable web page. I can copy and paste the code and save it into a text file and open it as a web page just fine but that sort of defeats the purpose. It would be a rather easy fix to just add a webkit or if there is one in there then enable it.
A Google User
Apr 4, 2014
Problem displaying the page I wish this would work on my aT&T Nexus 5. Downloading the page works fine, but the browser shows me the HTML source code; it doesnt display the page as it's supposed to look like. Please HELP.