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Compatible with iOS 10
Kairos brings simple message scheduling to iOS.
So why would you want to schedule messages?
* As we grow increasingly more diverse through the internet, it’s important to keep in mind others time-zones. By scheduling a message you can be sure it’s delivered at an appropriate time.
* Send reminders to family members who need to take medicine at certain times throughout the day.
* Something really important comes to mind and you want to let your partner know. Only problem is your partner is taking a test until 2pm. Easily schedule this message so you don’t forget to send later on.
* Send automatic Happy Birthdays and Happy Anniversaries.
We all get busy and we all forget. Avoid potential issues by scheduling your messages when they are fresh on your mind!
What’s new with Kairos 2?
Kairos 2 was written from the ground up to provide a better experience all around. Although a lot of it is behind the scenes stuff you can’t see, you’ll be able to feel and see the improvements.
That’s right, quickly schedule messages which repeatedly send on your chosen days of the week.
“I don’t want to seem like a robot though! :(” — concerned user.
With that thought in mind, Kairos 2 introduces randomized send time for repeating messages. All you have to do is configure the earliest and latest time a message can be sent. Kairos will automatically choose a random time between those two points to keep your messages looking authentic and human sent.
Smart Airplane Toggle
Sometimes you for whatever reason need to turn on airplane mode. Without really thinking about it, you forget you also had a message scheduled to send. With this option enabled, Kairos will automatically disable airplane mode long enough to send the message and then enable it.
Smart Battery Send
When using this option, you can set a certain battery percentage threshold at which messages scheduled within the hour will automatically be sent. Get those messages sent just in case your phone dies!
One of the most noticeable things you’ll notice is the new user interface. Instead of looking like an addition sitting on top of the Messages app, the new UI looks and feels like it belongs.
All settings can be configured from the Settings app
Fix an issue where sending a scheduled iMessage could fail with a connectivity error.