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Text Scheduler for Android

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I have seen several programs that send sms messages via my android phone at a later date etc.  This is cool to set up for sure.

However, I have a series of messages that I send to subscribers that I would love to send directly from my phone on a scheduled basis.  Does anyone know of a program where I could import these messages from a csv file (or something similar) with a date and time so I don't have to set up every single series every single time?

Thanks!
Joe
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Aapi SMS Scheduler may do what you want as it can import schedule using a csv file.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mexel.aapi&hl=en
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I will give this a try for sure!
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