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[How To] SMS Reply on Android From PC

Emails and Whatsapp may have taken over the world, but Short Messaging Service a.k.a SMS was and is still around. However, one problem that all major SMS-alternative services face including SMSs itself is that users can only reply to these messages from their phone. There is no way to reply to a message on Whatsapp, Hike or any other similar service from your PC. The same stands true for SMSes.

Thankfully, there are quite a few apps in the Play Store that will allow users to easily reply to SMSes from their PC or laptop, without any hassle.

How To Reply To Android Phone SMS From Your PC

Step 1: Download MightyText from the Play Store on your Android device. On your PC or laptop, head over to this website and give Mighty Text access to your Google account. Make sure you are using the same Google account as on your Android phone.

Step 2: Start Mighty Text on your phone and grant it access to your Google account. Make sure to select ‘Allow Access’ when the app asks for permission to your Google account.

Step 3: And you are nearly done! Head over to to reply to your SMSes right from your PC. If you are using Chrome or Firefox, you can also enable Desktop notifications for it so that you will be automatically notified when a new message comes in.


MightyText not only syncs your SMSes, but it also syncs your call logs including the incoming and missed calls. Apart from this, the browser tab of MightyText will also show the battery status of your Android handset, which will be appreciated by a lot of people. Other features of the app include the ability to search through your messages, directly initiate a call on your phone right from your PC or laptop

By rajesh

Rajesh is a 19 year old nerd, currently pursuing B.Com Hons from Bhawanipore college in Kolkata, India. He loves everything tech, especially Android. You can follow him on twitter @ePandu

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