SMS for Macintosh

SMS is a Shareware program for the Macintosh. The program sends text messages to GSM cellular phones. It works for cellular phones using the following GSM carriers: Cellnet, Comviq, D1, D2, Mobistar, Proximus, PTT Telecom, Swisscom, Telefonica, Tele Danmark, Telenor and Telia.

Latest version 1.5.6 (7 aug 2000)

Some minor AppleScript improvements. Download SMS ver 1.5.6.


SMS is a small and user friendly program for sending text messages to GSM cellular phones from a Macintosh. The text message is typed in a normal text window, and must be less than 160 characters. The program dials a GSM carrier, which will transmit the message to the GSM mobile. SMS waits for an acknowledge from the GSM cellular. If the GSM cellular was not accessible, the message will be saved by the GSM carrier, and later retransmitted.

Here are some screenshots from the program.


The messages are sent over a normal dial up modem connection. The program requires Mac OS System 7.5 or later (8.x for SMS ver 1.5), and a Hayes compatible modem.

How do I get a copy of SMS?

SMS is a shareware program. Download a copy of SMS and try it. An unregistered copy of SMS is fully functional, except that the characters 'A' and 'E' in sent messages are transmitted as question marks. To register, send US $25 to SDS Data. In return you get a registration number wich enables sending of 'A' and 'E'.

The SMS distribution contains a registration program which you can use to pay the SMS registration fee. You can also pay online using Kagi Online Order Processing.

SDS Data, Duvbovägen 63, SE-163 43 Spånga, SWEDEN
Phone: +46 70 7476929, e-mail:
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Last updated: 03 Jul 2002