Welcome to “I’ve Got A Text!”, your new favourite Romance app from the designers of unrd.
We immerse you in delicious romantic stories conveyed via the phones of intriguing characters.
Love Island, a hit summer show that aired on ITV and CBS, was included.
Features of I’ve Got a Text : Love Stories
I’ve Got a Text allows you to experience the drama of Love Island.
Examine the phones of fictional islanders as they flirt, date, and cause mayhem.
All in the hopes of winning the prize money and finding love.
Exclusive images, video calls, and ‘live’ social feeds reveal a side of the villa that has never been seen before.
It’s Love Island as you’ve never seen it before, and it’ll be a summer to remember.
There are also a host of creative romance stories that get your heart beating, such as:
Sarah’s Secret: Have you ever pondered how it feels to read the contents of an extramarital affair?
Investigate Sarah’s strange texts and find out who this mysterious man is.
Found (starring Joe Sugg, a global online sensation):
Joe is in love, and he wants you to be there to see it.
Put yourself in Joe’s shoes and experience his narrative through his phone.
Let the cuteness begin!
How to Install I’ve Got a Text APK (Mod) on Android?
- Get the I’ve Got a Text Mod APK file from the above download link
- Install the Split APK installer app and then install this APK using that. (or) follow the below instructions
- Enable app install from Unknown Sources to install apps from a third-party app other than Google Play Store.
To do that go to Settings and search the word unknown
– For Android Nougat or lower version click on Unknown sources and enable that setting.
– For Android Oreo or later, clicking on Install unknown apps which will take you to a list of apps. Select the actual app through which you want to install the I’ve Got a Text mod app.
Or you can do it other way: Let’s say, you have downloaded the Mod APK on Google chrome or firefox browser on your phone.
Go to Settings > Apps & notifications or go to Settings > search for unknown > Open the app (Chrome, Firefox or file manager app etc) > Install unknown apps and enable Allow from this source
See the below screenshots that enables to install unknown apps on Oreo for Chrome app (you need to enable on the app from where you want to install the apk):
- Once enabled, tap on the apk file to install