How to Send Spam Text Messages With an iPhone Shortcut

January 5, 2024
David Sunnyside

If you're looking for a fun and slightly naughty way to get someone’s attention, this article will show you how to create an iPhone shortcut that can automatically send multiple spam text messages to one contact at a time. Using Apple’s Shortcuts app, this shortcut can be customized to fit your needs and is easy to implement.

To get started, open the Shortcuts app and create a new shortcut. Add an action to the shortcut by tapping the “+” button and selecting the "Send Message" action. Then, select the contact you want to send your text messages to and enter the message you wish to send them. Finally, test the shortcut by clicking the play button. If everything works as expected, tap the "Done" button to save your shortcut.

Keep in mind that spam text messaging can have ethical and legal implications. It is essential to consider the preferences and boundaries of the recipients and be sure to comply with any laws or regulations regarding unsolicited messages. Additionally, it is advisable to avoid overusing this shortcut. Doing so may cause recipients to complain or report you to the appropriate authorities.

Another useful shortcut that can help you get noticed is the SMS Bomber shortcut from Routinehub. It allows you to select a contact, a message and how often you would like to send the messages. Once you start the shortcut, it will run in the background and send your messages according to the frequency that you have selected.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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