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    GP Imports ‘On the Go’ SMS iPhone App Allows Safer Texting

    The new ‘On the Go SMS’ app from GP Imports makes texting safer on the move as it allows you to see through the iPhone’s camera. Allowing you to see the floor or whats straight in front of you when walking and texting.

    GP Imports 'On the Go' SMS iPhone App Allows Safer TextingOther features on the app include allowing you to send one SMS to multiple recipients at the same time saving you money, and the ability to store ready made sentences for quicker typing.

    Sending a message is absolutely free through the app and you will not be charged for sending it as a text message on your phone bill, since its being sent as an email from your phone. The recipient receives a regular SMS message that would be billed according to his/her plan.

    David Novak
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