Converbration creates smart notifications to let you instantly know the emotion, context, length, and importance of each message you receive without having to look at your phone. Now you’ll know if a message needs to be read right away or if it can wait until later. You’ll know if a message can be read in public, or if it’s private. It can also automatically ignore annoying messages for you. No more taking your phone out to see “lol” or a message that is only fixing a typo.
Simple Setup: Ready to use in seconds. No signup/registration required!
Intuitive: Easily distinguish between short, medium, long, boring, or exciting messages.
Intelligent: Converbration lets you know if a message is: positive or negative, urgent, a question, NSFW, or business related.
Ignore annoying messages: Automatically ignore annoying messages such as “k” or “lol” and messages that are just fixing typos. Plus you can use its powerful context awareness to ignore almost any kind of message that you want.
Smart Sleep Mode: If you’re tired of being woken up by unimportant messages in the middle of the night then you can use Converbration’s “Sleep Mode”. It allows you to ignore all messages, unless they are urgent.
Personal: You can customize powerful word filters to detect or ignore almost anything you can imagine.
Universal: Converbration works seamlessly with SMS (text messages) and most major instant messaging apps. It also works in 17 languages at the same time. Use it on your phone and/or your smart watch.
Safe and Efficient: Converbration is powered by a custom designed AI algorithm that is locally processed on your phone. This means that the messages you receive never leave your phone which keeps them safe and saves your battery life and data usage.
Less time staring at your phone, more time living in the future!
(Converbration = Conversation + Vibration)
The Permissions are used to access your SMS messages/notifications in order to process them (note: this is all done locally on your phone and your messages aren’t sent to any of our servers).
Internet/Network permissions are for anonymous analytics that help us improve the app (e.g. By detecting crashes).
Other permissions are for 3rd party ad networks (which are an option for non-premium users to obtain premium access)