Second, you open the Blocks Editor, using blocks of codes connected like puzzle pieces, to make the components work.
We prefer to use the cell phones, because it’s more fun that way, and it’s easier to test phone-specific functionality like shaking, tilting, or location-based services.
Austin De Rubira, a member of the Mobile Action Lab, likens the process to trial and error: “You try something, and if it doesn't work, you fix it until it does work." De Rubira continues, “That was a really hands-on definition of the iterative development process.
The other is to register trough the fishtext website at
If you send lot of text messages (expecially abroad) on a regular basis it is definitely worth to try this little app.
I would expect it to be remarkably difficult and frustrating.