Habla Messaging Center version 1.1 released

Today HablaMessagingCenter version 1.1 was released. It is a major release and some of the new key features are:

  • Any SMS you receive while not having a valid Internet connectivity is put now into a background queue and will be sent when you reach an Internet connectivity
  • Any SMS not processed correctly will be put into the background queue to be processed later.
  • Another completely new feature is that you now have the option to opt-in into something we call P2P SMS networking, which allows any SMS received while offline to be forwarded to a gateway with internet connectivity. This method is now in beta testing mode and will be built out over time to be more robust.
  • The application is now completely localized and English/Spanish is now natively supported.

Upcoming features are  support for cellphone messaging of audio, images and videos, as well as support for a rule based system for which messages should be forwarded. In addition a light weight version to support P2P networking for anyone to only process P2p messages to make the reach larger.

2 thoughts on “Habla Messaging Center version 1.1 released”

  1. Habla Messaging Center sounds really cool, but I can’t find it in the Android Market. Is it there? Can you give me a link to download the application. I really want to run an SMS gateway on my Android device.

    Thanks,

    John.

  2. What version of your Android phone do you have? It requires Android 1.5 and you should be able to get it from the market by searching for Habla. Let me know if that doesn’t work.

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