Textie™ Messaging is the unlimited texting and photo app for i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch. Textie is beautiful, fast, secure, and easy to use––a natural extension to your i Phone. Textie works independently from your existing SMS plan and billing so you can use Textie free from anywhere in the world.
I've been using this app for many years and it has gotten better over time. For example, a few font choices, more bubble colors, background image and possibly a makeover for the app icon.
I got this app becuase my bff has a flip phone(her parents are strict) and I have a i Pod so I couldn't text her. This app is great but more features/options can be added such as different notification sounds, more text bubble colors, and free calling I like this app because I can talk to my boyfriend no problem but when I send a text it shows up on the screen but when I receive a message it comes in my email but doesn't show up on the screen and it's really annoying going back and forth between screens just to see his message.
With the popularity and rise in online text-based communications came the emergence of a new texting language, tailored to the immediacy and compactness of these new communication media.
Today, text and chat abbreviations are used in Facebook, Twitter, instant messaging, email, Internet and online gaming services, chat rooms, discussion boards and mobile phone text messaging (SMS).
According to search query data the following five abbreviations are the most requested chat definitions:s, keep in mind that different chat abbreviations are used by different groups of people.
For example, online gamers are likely to use chat abbreviations not used by a financial blogger.
The online chat lingo used by parents and teens also differs.
To keep our chat guide user-friendly for all ages, some inappropriate words have been edited to include an alternate meaning.
These words are marked with * around the word which has been switched (e.g. You can scroll through our chat abbreviations guide or go directly to a specific number or letter using the following links: The world's first text message was sent from a computer to a cellphone by British engineer, Neil Papworth on December 03, 1992.