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Android SMS Scheduler Project in Android Studio

Android SMS Scheduler Project in Android Studio

Project Domain / Category

Mobile Apps

Abstract / Introduction

Sometimes timing is everything. Maybe you want to send best wishes to someone in a different time zone and know that their favorite time is around 03:00 AM of your time. Or maybe you’re not too great at remembering; frequently, forget birthdays or anniversaries of your near and dear ones. It’s okay (we won’t tell anyone), we have the best-messaging app which will do that job for you.

SMS Scheduler is an Android-based mobile application which sends Text Messages (SMS) and Multimedia Messages (MMS) at a certain period of time with certain frequency. Just run SMS Scheduler app, write a message and set date & time of your choice (that’s all from you), the message will be sent by the app at exact date & time as a set.

Android SMS Scheduler Project in Android Studio

Figure: Android SMS Scheduler Project in Android Studio

Functional Requirements

SMS Scheduler app should consist of following requirements;

  1. Default Messaging App: Support all functions of a messaging app, like writing, sending and

receiving of SMS & MMS etc.

  1. Modes: Need to provide following two modes;
  • Send Now: Messages will be sent on an immediate basis.
  • Send Later: Messages will be sent in future at exact date & time.
  • Repeating Frequency: Send the same message repeatedly on hourly, daily, weekly, monthly or annually basis.
  1. Speech Recognition: Convert audio into a text message using Voice Recognition technology, provided by Google.
  2. Predefined Templates: Choose text message from predefined templates; can be added, edited or deleted as well.
  3. Group Messaging: Send a message to multiple recipients at the same time; can be created, modified or removed as well.

           Alert: Provide proper notification, tone and vibration on task completion.

      History: Save all messages in the internal database (i.e. SQLite); can be viewed in ascending or descending order on basis of received or scheduled date & time.

  1. Backup: Store/retrieve messages, templates, and contact groups to/from SD card in an encrypted form.
  2. Permissions: Prompt to grant appropriate permissions for sending/receiving messages, syncing contacts, reading phone states and read/write SD Card contents, etc.

Tools:

  1. IDE: Android Studio
  2. Programming language: Java
  3. Database: SQLite

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