SwiftReply is an autoreply app for people who sometimes want their phone to auto-reply to incoming missed calls or SMS messages. Features: -Keeping a list of replies you use (ie. In a meeting, working out, callback, etc.). Turn an autoreply ...Read more
SwiftReply is an autoreply app for people who sometimes want their phone to auto-reply to incoming missed calls or SMS messages.
-Keeping a list of replies you use (ie. In a meeting, working out, callback, etc.). Turn an autoreply in one click.
-Set autoreply filters so only certain people get them
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UPDATED ON: Jan 17, 2010
INSTALLATIONS: 10,000 - 50,000
LATEST VERSION: 2.8
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 1.5 and up
send SMS messages
Allows application to send SMS messages. Malicious applications may cost you money by sending messages without your confirmation.
modify global system settings
Allows an application to modify the systemʼs settings data. Malicious applications can corrupt your systemʼs configuration.
edit SMS or MMS
Allows application to write to SMS messages stored on your phone or SIM card. Malicious applications may delete your messages.
Allows application to receive and process SMS messages. Malicious applications may monitor your messages or delete them without showing them to you.
YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
read contact data
Allows an application to read all of the contact (address) data stored on your phone. Malicious applications can use this to send your data to other people.
write contact data
Allows an application to modify the contact (address) data stored on your phone. Malicious applications can use this to erase or modify your contact data.
read phone state and identity
Allows the application to access the phone features of the device. An application with this permission can determine the phone number and serial number of this phone, whether a call is active, the number that call is connected to, ect.
full Internet access
Allows an application to create network sockets.
approximate (network-based) location
Access location sources such as the cellular network database to determine an approximate phone location, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine approximately where you are.