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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by icstars989, Nov 12, 2009.

  1. icstars989

    icstars989 Android Enthusiast
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    Chompsms is alive and well, it's currently in a beta phase for Android 2.0, head over to http://www.chompsms.com/beta/chompsms.apk on your droid and check it out if you like. It's quite pixelated but the devs say they are working on it, and there still is no MMS support yet. But at least we know its still around.
     



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  2. BLOWNCO

    BLOWNCO Well-Known Member

    thats good to hear i cant wait for this lol
     
  3. BLOWNCO

    BLOWNCO Well-Known Member

    update i installed it and seems to work great so far
     
  4. writhum

    writhum Well-Known Member

    Chompsms or Handcent? I've enjoyed the latter thus far.
     
  5. BLOWNCO

    BLOWNCO Well-Known Member


    chompsms i went to the link and isntalled it from the droid browser as far as i can tell everything works

    link again

    http://www.chompsms.com/beta/chompsms.apk
     
  6. baka

    baka Well-Known Member

    lol.... its the iphone reincarnated only 100x better

    although i could live without the bubbles...

    i like this app but i also like the way the txt is in droid so im kinda torn. the layout for droid 2.0 is a lot better but the features of chompsms rock.

    oh yeah, seems to work ok for me too.
     
  7. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member

    Working good for me too. I had Handcent, it is not uninstalled. One thing in the settings of ChompSMS it ask if you are on T-mobile... I kept it checked because that's the default. So far so good.
     
  8. baka

    baka Well-Known Member

    yes, forgot to mention that. something else i just ran into on the droid is that it overrides the camera button... trying to bring up the camera brings up the quick sms.

    anyone know how to fix this or do we need to wait for an update?
     
  9. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member

    In the settings there is a quick compose check mark. Un-check this and the camera button is the camera button once more.


    Settings - Scroll down - Uncheck Quick Compose
     
  10. baka

    baka Well-Known Member

    ah yes, thank you. mustve missed it.
     
  11. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    I'm playing with both Chomp and Handcent right now. I actually think I like the features of Handcent better. What kinds of things are you guys enjoying with Chomp that causes you to choose it over Handcent or the default client? I haven't really had a chance to use it extensively yet.
     
  12. baka

    baka Well-Known Member

    after i read this i went and tried handcent, and its 10x better. the settings and everything are far more configurable and you can retain the original android message style.

    i am having a problem with contact pictures though. they're not showing up.
     
  13. Barbara

    Barbara Android Expert

    Chompsms might do the same thing but one of the things that I like about handcent is that it unlocks the phone for me when I get a message. I don't have to push the button and swipe the screen. I also like the layout.
     
  14. rawness

    rawness Android Enthusiast

    Do either of these automatically send 2 texts when 161+ characters are sent to non-VZW phones?

    Is there any app for that?
     
  15. baka

    baka Well-Known Member

    i read somewhere this does but have yet to test it.
     
  16. ajmuni

    ajmuni Newbie

    this is really nice, but it sucks you can't hit the enter button on the physical keyboard to send the text, it just goes down a space, so you have the tap the send button on the screen itself
     
  17. dbarrett480

    dbarrett480 Member

    does chomp still lack the ability to send and receive MMS? I know it used to and that is why I switched to handcent.
     
  18. BLOWNCO

    BLOWNCO Well-Known Member


    it doesn't for now its being updated for it tho

    sorry meant doesn't
     
  19. dbarrett480

    dbarrett480 Member

    That isn't very comforting, they have been saying they will update it for like 9 months now. I will stick with handcent.
     
  20. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    How do you keep from gettimg two popups when you have handcent installed?
     
  21. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member

    Open the default SMS program, go into settings and turn the notification off.
     
  22. Redflea

    Redflea Android Expert

    Thanks. That's The weird part. I've done that. Even rebooted. Still get the smaller built in SMS pop-up on top of the handcent one!
     
  23. GrandMasterB

    GrandMasterB Go Go Gadget Flow!

    I used Handcent for prolly a couple weeks or more and really like it. But I decided to try ChompSMS about 3 days ago and am loving it. They are both very similar but I am prefering Chomp at the moment just seems smoother to me but maybe thats just the newness talking. It does lack the repeat notifications and I am having a problem with that.

    I did email the devs and they said they will consider adding repeat notifications in the next release so if anybody else wants to see this as well, shoot then an email and voice your opinion.
     
  24. krazykrivda

    krazykrivda Well-Known Member

    Handcent now includes this.
     
  25. superglen99

    superglen99 Newbie

    handcent in better than chomp sms IMO. more features and customizeable, better UI and works better. i.e sends/recieves mms, also does split text to non VZW customers over 160 characters, you can use iphone bubble style or android style messaging ( android FTW) etc.
     

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