Depending on your carrier and the texting app that you use, sending long SMS messages from an Android phone often results in the recipient being hit with a barrage of fragmented, out of order texts.

Even if the messages arrive in order, the glorious, sprawling passage that you sent as the rant to end all rants is now chopped into pieces seemingly at random—and with some words hacked in half—which could make your correspondence think you’re even more mentally unstable than you intended. If only there was some way to make sure that your long ramblings were always received as a single message… more


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