Save All Pictures From MMS Messages On Android

Save All Pictures From MMS Messages On Android

In today’s world of instant messaging, many people are using text messages and MMS less. But if someone has sent you a picture using MMS, and you forgot who sent it, or perhaps there’s a long texting history with that person, you will often waste time in finding the right picture. You will need to browse all those messaging threads to find the picture that you are looking for. Well, here’s a smart new way to find that picture if you’re on Android.

There’s a new app that can save all photos from texts. The app is named Save MMS attachments and it can be downloaded from Google Play Store. Basically the app allows you to save any picture, or all pictures to a different folder which means you don’t need to go through the hassle of manually sorting through all your texts.

How to save pictures from MMS on Android

Step 1: Install Save MMS attachments app on your Android device from the Play Store.

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Step 2: Launch the app and you will be able to see all the available pictures in the app.

Step 3: Tap on the “Save” icon at the bottom-right corner which will save all the images to a separate folder in your Gallery. This folder will be named “Save MMS”.

The “Pro” version of the app offers more features. This Pro version allows you to name the folder where images would be stored, it can save the photos twice a day automatically, and yes, no ads. The free version seems to be enough for most folks though.

The app is very useful when you are switching to a different phone, or when you want to find a picture that your friend sent you, and don’t want to waste time manually searching for it.

So go ahead, install the the new app from the Play Store. Keep in mind that it’s free, so you you don’t need to spend a penny.

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