Awesome news for you iphone users. The app Hash Text was just approved by Apple for a very big update. You can now download the application for free and use it for as long as you want.
Hash Text allows you to send group messages without sharing everyone’s contact information and at the same time it automatically personalizes each of those messages to the person you are sending it to. Not only that, but when someone receives an individual message instead of a group message they are more likely to respond rather than just ignore you.
Think back to this past Christmas morning. You probably received a text message saying “Merry Christmas” followed by no less than FIVE exclamation points. You saw who the message was from and felt special that on that particular morning they thought of you and took the effort to let you know. When you opened the message you realized that 75 other people had received that same exact message, and of those 75 people you know maybe eight of them. You still feel special, but not quite as special as you did a moment ago when you thought that message was just for you. To make matters worse, if even a single person replied to that message everyone received that reply and it didn’t matter whether or not you knew them.
It was for this very reason that Hash Text was made. Not only do you benefit from using it, because you can message groups quickly and get more responses, but your friends also benefit because every time they receive an individualized message instead of a group message you make them feel more important and special than they otherwise would have.
There is only one limit on the free Hash Text app. You can message groups of up to 7 people at a time for free. If you want to message groups larger than 7 people, you can pay $0.99 and message as many people you like all in one group. Now, if you want to message groups larger than 7 but don’t want to pay the $0.99, you can always message the first 7 people and then message the next 7 people and so on and so forth. Use the app for free as long as you like.
If you never end up purchasing, that’s fine. At least you made your friends feel a little more special when you invited them to your 4th of July party this year by not sending an impersonal group message invite.