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I have to update my review and reduce the rating from 5 stars to 3 stars. The texting functionality is perfect. The voice calls, however, are inconsistent. There are many times when someone calls my work phone and that phone rings, but I get no notifications at all on my iPhone resulting in many important calls being missed. Often these missed calls don’t even show in my call log in the app. When the calls do come through, about 1/3 of the time the caller can hear me, but I can’t hear them. With a little bit of work, this app can truly be incredible. ————————————— PREVIOUS REVIEW: I haven’t been this impressed by an app in a long time. I have two cell phones- an iPhone which is my person phone and a Samsung Galaxy which is a company issued work phone. I hate carrying two phones around and now I don’t have to thanks to this app. I’m able to add my work number to the Verizon Messages app and get all of my work texts through that and I can even make and receive phone calls from my work number directly through the app. I’ve downloaded the MS Outlook app for my work email and now I’m all set. I no longer carry my work phone with me and I love it! I highly recommend this app!
I have iPhone 6S. It’s getting to the point where it isn’t notifying my when I gets texts randomly. I was excited to find this app. My phone alerts me now thru this app when I get texts, except for iMessages, which is fine. I chose not to turn off the iMessage feature on my phone. This app is great for texting those without iMessage. It says sent, delivered, read, and shows when someone is typing u back, just like iMessaging. I like how customizable this app is. Backgrounds, fonts and text bubble colors. And it is syncing between my phone, iPad and Apple Watch, which wasn’t working as it should thru the regular message app that comes on all these devices. It’s nice to be able to text people without Apple devices from my iPad too. However, this app is glitchy. It will shutdown randomly, and then you lose whatever u were going to send in a text, even pics, and have to type it all again. That is frustrating. And sometimes when I receive texts it will say who the text is from by name, and other times just show the phone number, even if you have been continually texting the same person who is a saved contact. So over all it’s an ok app. If the glitches were addressed, I would have given 5 stars.
I downloaded this app because a friend sent a video and apparently that was the only way I could view it. Within an hour I had at least 10 spam emails flooding my email inbox. I’m thinking jeez. What did enter my email address in to to get all this junk mail. Not just unwanted junk from some service I have a log in for. Literally junk ice never seen before like #trumpcaremedicare# and **skinnypill** and AHSwarranty2019 and [certified]lettersfromsanta... as the sender identification. Like I’ve literally never signed up for anything that would send me anything involving trump.... and this flood started literally at the same time I downloaded this app. I literally watched a new email arrive while I was being horrified by the amount of spam I had received in a hour. I though this was a Verizon app. I’m assuming it must be and that’s how they got my email. Because I never entered anything besides a phone number. And I was hesitant to even sync my contacts. I said no to every other permission. And now I regret not saying no to my contacts access. I have deleted the app from my phone and have since received at least three more spam emails. If they do not stop I will be taking dramatic further action.
Like most people, I don’t tend to write reviews for things I like. I also don’t tend to write reviews about things I don’t care for, but this application deserves a review. Unfortunately, I don’t have a whole lot of great things to say about this app. I have lots of issues with it. I certainly consider it a necessary evil. I don’t like how it doesn’t play nice with the native messages app (which I still feel like is far superior to any other messages app out there). I have the desktop version of this application and it does not talk with the mobile version, which is a very big oversight and needs to be dealt with. It frequently displays the incorrect number of unread messages in the bubble on the app icon. The entire app feels like it was thrown together in a very short period of time by a development team that was not given appropriate resources to build a great app. Yes, I have the latest versions of each app. At this time, the only reason I haven’t deleted the app altogether is because I’ve recently started to have issues with receiving large media files from folks who do not have iPhones so cannot use iMessages. Use this app if you need to, but don’t download it just for fun.
Okay first the positives: i love having a messaging app that allows for customizable fonts, backgrounds, etc. It says when messages are sent, delivered, and read. That’s where the positives end. It is glitchy and will sometimes shut off when I’m in the middle of typing. It doesn’t always notify me with the person’s name. For some reason their number will show up as if they were not saved in my phone. I left iMessages on bc I still wanted to use it to text my friends that did have an iPhone, but I found my messages would show up twice, once in each app. I figured this was just a compromise I would have to make for leaving iMessages on. HOWEVER my biggest issue is that there are no settings to block a number, and this app does not cooperate with the native phone app and messages app. I had someone blocked on my phone and this app allowed the messages to go through. BIGGEST MISTAKE. I only got this app because VZW is requiring it to view bigger media files sent from non-iPhone users. VZW, I am deleting this app until you get your act together. Sheesh.
Developed by the Verizon Wireless,
who have also released the following apps My Verizon, Verizon Call Filter, VZ Navigator, Verizon Content-Transfer, Verizon Cloud, Message+, GizmoHub, Verizon One Talk, IamVerizon, My Verizon For Business .
Message+ has 7 847 user reviews.
Message+ has an average rating of 2.9.
The latest version of Message+ (3.2.6) was released on Dec 30, 2019.
You can download Message+ here:.
Stay connected using Verizon Messages on your Smartphone, tablet, and computer. And keep the conversation engaging with personalized texts, photos, videos and gift cards worth up to $100 at stores like Starbucks, Amazon, and more.
Now anyone can download and chat with Verizon Messages, even
non Verizon customers (available on compatible devices).
NEW Group chats – Create larger group chats with up to 250 people. Send and receive photos/videos in seconds. Personalize your chat experience with avatars, backgrounds and more. You can even mute a conversation or add or remove members or without creating a new group.
NEW Yelp Integration – Tap the plus menu and easily access Yelp from within the app. Search for restaurants, entertainment and directions. Make plans and share the details all within your chat.
NEW Kanvas Updates – Create and send custom gifs, and easily edit photos with stickers, text, doodles and more.
Share your location – Glympse™ lets you share your location with the people you choose for the length of time you set. Perfect for meeting up, or letting people know you’re running late.
Send an eGift – Tap the plus menu and select eGifts icon. Easily send an eGift card right through text message eGifting has been expanded to include eGift cards from more than 30 brands
Sync across devices – Download Verizon Messages on all your devices, and sync messages across your smartphone, tablet and computer. Switch devices whenever you want. Make calls with your tablet anywhere.
Schedule messages to be delivered at a specific date/time, even if your phone is turned off.
Search the web for images and gifs to include in your chat with Yahoo search.
Express yourself through colorful Emoji’s by tapping on highlighted keywords when composing messages.
Send and receive messages over Extended Wi-Fi from your smartphone, iOS device, tablet, PC, Mac and web browser.
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