Microsoft’s SMS Organizer app updates on Android with support for multiple attachments

Brad Stephenson

Microsoft SMS Organizer Android app icon.

Microsoft’s SMS Organizer app updated to Version 1.1.205 earlier today on all supported Android smartphones.

This update added support for multiple attachments and enabled the ability to change the name of group conversations. A variety of bug fixes relating to contacts, camera images, and SMS search were also included with this update.

Here’s the full release notes (via MSPU):


  • Support multiple attachments in single message.
  • Rename group conversation name.
  • Handle Share contact as vCard event.

Bug Fixes:

  • Show contact MMS received as vCard in chat
  • Improve image quality attached from camera app
  • Ability to zoom MMS image in full screen mode
  • SMS search crash fix.

SMS Organizer is a free app that, as its name suggests, organizes mobile text messages. The app contains filters for sorting messages, SMS backups, smart and automatic reminders, and a variety of finance tools for keeping track of expenses and displaying account information.

Curiously, SMS Organizer also features a built-in Indian Railways schedule feature.

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