SMS Texting from Tablet & Sync 4+

Up to Eleven

Designed for iPad

    • 3.6 • 91 Ratings
    • Free

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Send & receive all your messages on your iPad – just like on your smartphone. You can now leave your phone in your pocket!

Install mysms and you’ll be able to:
* Send and receive messages on your iPad
* Automatically sync all messages between your smartphone, iPad and computer
* Call notifications on your iPad - when you receive a call on your phone

*** PLEASE NOTE: This app is not self-contained. To be able to use mysms, you have to have mysms installed on your smartphone. Depending on your smartphone, supported features may vary. Please check the storetext of your mysms smartphone app. ***

Just follow the following steps and you’ll be on your way:
Step 1) Install mysms on your smartphone and register.
Step 2) Start the mysms iPad application and log in using your number and password.

Why you should be using mysms:

Send and receive messages directly on your iPad. Your messages are always kept in sync between smartphone, iPad and desktop computer – that means that you can access them from any of your devices and whenever you want.

If a contact also uses mysms, you can exchange messages with each other for free using mysms friends.

A picture is worth a thousand words! With mysms you can share your happiest moments with your family and friends. It’s mere child’s play.


We’re always happy to hear from you! Do you have a suggestion? A question? A problem using the application? Just contact us at and we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.

You can reach us on Facebook at, Twitter @mysms.

What’s New

Version 3.16

Performance improvements and bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

3.6 out of 5
91 Ratings

91 Ratings

SeverePunishment ,

It’s great for FREE

I’ve been using this for a few years now and my only suggestion would be adding attachments.

As far as using my laptop/ipad to text...this maxes doing so (thru the cell) super easy and way more practical while I’m on those devices.

JonW2019 ,

“Do not ever install this app, doesn’t work & big headache”

“Do not ever ever waste your time installing this app, it’s a big waste of time and a big big headache or a migraine trigger and will make you so so frustrated and tense up. This app does not work and I tried to install this app but the i tried to connect this dumb useless app to my iPhone and then to my iPad and it didn’t sign in, it wouldn’t sign me up even using the sign in with an existing email. I stayed up a few hours later excited to try to get this app and set it up but wow I sure have a headache now and sure wasted a few hours of my rest time trying to get this darn gone app to work. I should be billing the developer for all this few hours of waste of my time plus having this load of waste and pointless junk app on here and also for all the major unfair tension and frustration and headaches and everything I’ve been put through from this. “Use junk & waste of time & doesn’t work at all”. If you don’t have a headache right now you sure will after installing this junk app and getting it to work.

Johnny b cool ,

Lackluster; best for $0

My biggest gripe is that you can only see half the screen when using a Bluetooth keyboard while landscaped using an iPad. I wish they'd just integrate Apple's messenger functionality into their app, as Apple's is tried and tested whereas their's seems to be perpetually lacking...
All-in-all however, I use mysms on my Windows 10 pc, Galaxy, and iPad -- and other than the ridiculous amount of notifications this produces, and Google/Android's patch-worked OS's, it's basically the only app I've found that will reliably integrate with said devices (for free...).
I can guarantee anyone that gets the free-version will not be overly enthused (hence 3-stars for being adequate) but it does do what they say it does; it's just a mess of sorts getting it the way you like it.
Decided to write this after being irked by the stupid half message screen using a KB for the 100th time lol. Hope it helps.

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