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IPhone SMS To Gmail
IPhone SMS To Gmail is a program which allows Windows and Mac IPhone users to upload their backed up SMS, MMS, and iMessage messages from their computer to Gmail or Google Apps. The program is available for a free trial limited to downloading 2 SMS messages so you can test the application yourself.
- Backup SMS Messages from your iPhone
- Full support for iOS 6
- Backup iChat messages
- Fully supports attachments via MMS messages as well as attachments with iMessage
- Integrates with address book for names in Gmail and Google Apps
- Will read all iPhone backups from a single run
The full edition allows you to back up an unlimited number of SMS messages to your Gmail or Google Apps account.
How It Works
Using IPhone SMS To Gmail is very simple. You first need to ensure that your IPhone is connected to your Windows computer using iTunes, in the same manner that you would normally synchronize your IPhone. Right-click on the device name, and select Backup. You can now close iTunes. Open IPhone SMS to Gmail, enter your credentials and your desired Gmail label, and the software will take care of the rest!
$9.99 - Purchase License
Version 4.2 - Released Monday, February 18th, 2013
Fix for a known bug in how Apple stores emoticon data in their backups.
Version 4.1 - Released Tuesday, October 2nd, 2012
Bug fixes, including fix for users who are disconnected while backing up large message stores
Version 4.0 - Released Sunday, September 23rd, 2012
Full support for iOS 6.0
Version 3.1 - Released Monday, February 27th, 2012
Version 3.0 - Released Friday, February 3rd, 2012
Bug fixes as well as a feature many users have been requesting since our original release: MMS message and iMessage attachments
Version 2.2 - Released Monday, November 7th, 2011
Ability to ignore address book and use pure numbers (as V1.X behaved),Bug fix for iChat messages when users do not have a phone number as an address (IPad and IPod where user IDs are not a phone number), Bug fix for error message "Domain contains illegal character"
Version 2.0 - Released Saturday, October 29th, 2011
iChat support for iOS 5, Users will now show up in Gmail as their true names if their number is in your address book, Bi-directional view (users now show as senders or receivers), Ability to automatically mark messages read, Ability to reset your counter if you want to re-sync your entire SMS backup, other bug fixes.
Version 1.3 - Released Saturday, October 15th, 2011
Support for iOS 5
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