Reach is a fast private mass messaging app available for iPhone. ~"Reach saves me a lot of time! I used it to send 90 texts in 90 seconds and each text came out personalized per recipient. That's incredible!" - Executive Director of BOBIC.com WHY USE REACH? • Save time by sending your message to multiple people quickly. • Increase engagement by personalizing each message automatically with the recipient name. • Boost response rate by using your own phone number or e-mail address. • Improve workflow productivity by creating reusable recipient groups. • Keep credibility by sending the message to each recipient personally without them seeing the recipients in the group. • Send the template messages via iMessage, Text, E-mail, and WhatsApp*. • Continue private conversation in your Messages, Mail or WhatsApp apps respectively for each recipient. • Google Voice integration: Connect with your Google Voice account and send free SMS in the U.S. and low international rates *** IMPORTANT *** Apple has tight iOS security, which honestly is good for all of us, but it means Reach cannot auto-send multiple messages by pressing send just once. The good news is, we’ve created Reach in such a way that sending personalized mass texts is still as fast and effortless as lifting a finger. And the silver lining? Because Reach organizes, cuts, copies, pastes, personalizes, and pops your messages in front of you one after the other, you have the chance to edit them before sending without leaving the app. So, if you’re sending the same personalized message to twenty people, you can still add a funny one-liner to your buddy without sending it to everyone else. And it’s all intuitive. Reach is the only functioning app on the market that allows this. In fact, a user recently sent us an enthusiastic e-mail saying he sent 90 personalized texts to volunteers in his workplace in less than 90 seconds. *WhatsApp integration is still in beta. Current limitations: No photo attachments, must reselect the recipient through the WhatsApp app before sending each message, and must manually switch back to Reach app to continue sending to the next recipient.