A new smspark app for iOS and Android has been launched by a developer, allowing users to share their messages, texts, and contacts with friends.
Users can then use a third-party app to send messages, text, or call, and the app will then deliver the messages, according to the developers.
This is different from other apps, which use the existing sms application to communicate with other users.
Users also get the option to add a message to their inbox and view other messages, like the one the developer shared.
Smsalert, which is owned by a group of Irish developers, will be available on iOS and Google Play.
It is currently being tested by users in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Belgium, Germany, Spain, and Netherlands.
The app has been developed in collaboration with the Irish Government, and is designed to provide a simple and easy way for users to send and receive messages and share content between their devices.
A similar app, called smsmessage, has been created in the UK.
Its developer, Chris McCourt, says the two apps are aimed at providing an easy, user-friendly way to send text messages to and from friends and family.
“I’ve wanted to create a messaging app for a long time and I think this is a really good way to get it off the ground,” he said.
“We think that the users will love this.”
The app will be open for free, and can be downloaded for free from the app store.
To get the app up to date, users can sign up to receive updates via SMS or email.
According to the app’s developer, the apps aims to improve the lives of the Irish population and provide better communications between Irish people.
However, the developers are keen to stress that the app is a “beta” app.
They said the app could potentially be improved upon and are committed to being open source.
Online service provider, MTS, said it would be launching an official app for its customers, with a version of the app expected to be launched in the coming weeks.