Amedeo, is an independent app developer and has been publishing apps on the Play Store since 2014. He currently is in the 3rd year of his Bachelor’s in Engineering of Computing Systems, Amedeo also work part-time for a software company in Dublin, so he gets the chance to challenge himself and perfect his skills. Mobile software development is something he has always been into and that taught himself to do so in his free time; more recently he became increasingly interested in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Vision.
Amadeo is the developer of eir.ie Webtext, An unofficial Android app to send webtexts easily and conveniently from your device. The key principle is speed and reliability, the official My Eir app is slow and requires signing-in every single time you wish to use it which can be frustrating and discourages users from using their webtext allowance.
Many plans – with particular reference to ex Meteor ones – don’t offer texts+data, so you end up paying for the SMSs you send.
This particular app is out of necessity, there used to be a couple of apps which did the same thing, but they all stopped working after the switchover from Meteor to Eir, so I decided to create his own version.
His app has been downloaded more than 900 times and holds a 4.7/5 average rating; it will shortly be reaching the 1k downloads mark, which is impressive considering it is less than 3 months old.

 

Features:

• Fast and Easy to use

• Automatic contact lookup

• Support for old ex-Meteor accounts

• Support for new eir.ie accounts

• Keeps track of sent messages

• Remaining allowance

• Support for mixed (eir+meteor) accounts

• Backup your messages to Google Drive

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

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