SendHub: Written iPhone App Review
SendHub is an application available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The point of SendHub is to provide you with an extra phone number. The application is designed for businesses, churches, teachers, and non-profits. SendHub contains a variety of features that also help boost it’s functionality and usefulness. The app also has a great design that will keep you on the cutting edge and save time and effort. I’ll go into all of this below.
The features of SendHub are pretty useful. First, you get a free phone number in any area code. You also get free texting and calling right from the app. The app even comes with the added benefit of group texting and voicemail transcription. The last major feature is that is works on the web. All of these features combine to create a powerful app that can cut down on cost for your business, church, etc. All of these features can be useful no matter what position you are in. For example, if you are running a business, you might want a business number instead of having to use your personal number.
The design of the application is pretty well thought out. SendHub offers a crisp and clean interface that makes it easy to make calls and text from your phone. The color schemes of green and silver match and look great on your device. The only complaint I have is that the app is not optimized for the iPhone 5, but I am sure that the developers are working to correct that.
The app also offers some added benefits. It’s easy to add contacts, or edit groups. The app is essentially a cheaper phone, but a data plan is required. SendHub also gives you a profile where you can change your picture, number, etc. The app also shows you how much of a given thing you have left. For example, you only get 500 messages, and 60 voice minutes. I assume that you can purchase more minutes when you run out. SendHub is a phone over the internet, and therefore likely cost less, and is probably easier to maintain or manage.
Overall SendHub has some really cool features, and a superb design. It’s free to start out, so simply sign up and try it out. SendHub also gives you a generous amount of minutes, messages, API request, and more. It’s also a breeze to send an email to the developer, because the developer has the support email in the app’s description. While the app is not iPhone 5 optimized, hopefully the developers add it soon. I would highly recommend using SendHub if you’re a business, church, non-profit, or teacher.
SendHub is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 5.1 or later. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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