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I am looking for a way to send SMS messages from my Android phone on my PC running Windows. I would also prefer if I could view my send SMS history on my PC as well.

Doesn't matter if it's wired or wirelessly. I would prefer a free option and it should run on Android 4.4.x and Windows 7/8.

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    I don't have any preference there. It can be either – MrEngineer13 Nov 18 '14 at 20:02
  • Oh, there are lots of them. Specific to this purpose, or covering much more. So any specific requirements to narrow down candidates? ;) – Izzy Nov 18 '14 at 20:04
  • Can I send .apk to my device with any of them? – MrEngineer13 Nov 18 '14 at 20:07
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    @Izzy PushBullet was recently updated to also incorporate sending SMS (not just replying to them). You might want to add it to the list :) – Tymric Nov 18 '14 at 22:01
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    @Timmy thanks for the pointer! It was already in one of the other lists (part 2 of the Remote Droide collection). Linked it to the "Specific" list from above now as well ;) – Izzy Nov 19 '14 at 10:43
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AirDroid

Manage your Android and send/receive texts from computer.

This is a great app - you install it on your phone, and go to http://web.airdroid.com/ or the IP address displayed on the app on the phone.

AirDroid allows you to manage your phone as well, so you can:

  • send APK files,
  • locate/wipe your phone if you lose your phone,
  • upload files,
  • send a URL,
  • send something to the clipboard,
  • manage apps,
  • access the camera,
  • take screenshots,
  • download files from the phone

The communication features:

  • view SMS messages
  • send SMS messages
  • call people
  • view call logs

It is free, runs on any browser, and doesn't require registration (although you get more - yes, more! - features if you do), it also requires internet connection on both devices.

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