When Android 4.4 was released, the massive changelog led to some awesome new features getting lost in the virtually endless list of new tweaks. One such change was the ability to set a default text messaging app, which streamlined the existing process of installing a third-party SMS client.

Third-party messaging apps have been around since the dawn of Android, but none have ever been quite as robust as developer Rafal Kaczmarczyk’s YAATA. Short for Yet Another Android Texting App, this one is far more capable than its Linux-style name might suggest.

With floating notification bubbles, the… more


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