If you know anything about me, you know that I'm all about saving time and making tech more efficient.

And one thing that can always use a potent productivity booster-shot is the act of inputting text from our mobile devices.

We've indeed talked about the time wasted with smartphone text input before — not that long ago, in fact, when we were getting into the subject of macros and advanced text substitution.

As of this week, though, there's an even easier way to create and use templates for common phone-based responses, and it's built right into one of my favorite messaging apps.

With Pulse, you can view and access your messages from practically any device imaginable, including multiple Android phones and tablets as well as desktop computers.

Your messages are always synced and available anywhere you sign in, and it's as easy to see or send a text from your laptop as it is from your phone.

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