Time when and where you want your texts sent, like cueing up an apology email for the morning after the night before.
Tech startup inZair has created the ZMS messaging app, which comes following SMS reaching its 20th anniversary on Monday.
The company claims the free app will revolutionise smartphone messaging, with users able to specify when and where texts and media (pictures, video) messages are sent on to their contacts.
Usage could prevent men from finding themselves under attack from frying pans when they forget anniversaries, timing a gooey photo message to send on the big day, or cue a message to say you've arrived safe and sound after taking a long trip.
The app comes with a built-in ZMS community that allows users to share info about their area, real-time instant messaging, group chat, and more.
Nourredine Rouibah, co-founder and CEO of inZair, said: "The unique appeal of ZMS is that it offers people complete control over not only the time their message is received, but also on the location. This opens up a raft of possibilities; from a simple reminder sent to your other half to buy milk, which they receive when they pass a shop, to a message-based treasure hunt across a city."
"This is the Swiss army knife of messaging apps, with instant messaging, location prompting and access to the ZMS community among its features. We also know how important security is to our users, which is why there are easy to use privacy settings and receiving information is strictly on an opt-in basis."